Teaching with Intent 2: Literature-based literacy teaching and learning
By Bronwyn Parkin and Helen Harper
With many students falling behind their peers, struggling to decode and draw inferential meanings from text, Teaching with Intent 2 describes a highly effective approach to teaching language and literacy that’s anchored in storytelling. Parkin and Harper developed their version of this literature-based program over years of professional practice in the classroom with marginalised students. It involves a sequence of pedagogic strategies that allow teachers to carefully build their students’ knowledge about text, language, reading and writing — thoroughly explained in this book, with practical guidance to help you apply the ideas successfully in your own classroom.
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Writing the Future by Dr Kaye Lowe
Writing the Future by literacy consultant and long-time PETAA collaborator, Dr Kaye Lowe examines how writing empowers learners to develop the skills required for 21st century success. It explores the power of writing to change and shape how writers think and engage with their worlds. Writing the Future expands on ideas presented in Kaye's highly valued PETAA publication, For the Love of Reading, and continues the conversation we started at our 2018 Writing the Future Professional Learning Intensive.
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The Alphabetic Principle and Beyond: Surveying the landscape
Edited by Robyn Cox, Susan Feez, and Lorraine Beveridge
One of a child’s first steps towards learning to read is learning the alphabetic principle ... In this publication, the key ‘big ideas’ are woven together for teachers to help them support primary school students’ successful learning of the alphabetic principle, so it becomes a stepping stone towards students achieving the level of reading needed to meet the demands of 21st century educational, vocational, and community contexts.’
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Since 1972 PETAA has provided the teaching community with high quality and academically rigorous professional learning publications and resources that have supported educators’ expertise, professional knowledge and leadership in the teaching of English and literacies across the curriculum.
Working with leading educators and drawing upon recent and relevant research, PETAA delivers a range of printed, digital and online publications and resources, which have an underlying research/theoretical framework, are grounded in quality pedagogy and feature best classroom teaching and learning practice.
‘My love affair with PETAA books began when I was a secondary school teacher and that was over 20 years ago. Since then, I've been a primary teacher and a teacher educator. Regardless of my role, PETAA books have been exceptionally useful.’ Robyn Henderson (Associate Professor), School of Teacher Education and Early Childhood, University of Southern Queensland.
Members who automatically receive print copies of three books to which they are entitled, now also have the option of requesting the ePub version for those same books as they are released. Please email [email protected] if you wish to have the ePub version download links sent to you.