New wave Literacy teachers guide book to support the content of the New Wave Literacy student workbooks. Traditionally, language activities books have been focused mainly on the reductionist processing or analytical base. This is to say that, in general they have been concerned more with the analysis of parts of language, such as words, letter and sound relationships, grammar, spelling and sentence work. In addition, the majority of these books, particularly in the primary area, have delt with one level of comprehension. A modern understanding of the interactive processes involved in successful listening, speaking, reading and writing directs the focus towards a constructive approach to literacy teaching that is more closely related to how memory stores and processes information, New Wave Literacy follows this direction.
What is New Wave Literacy?
a seven-book literacy skills workbook resource
the perfect resource to support any literacy program
a program of skill development focusing on upper level thinking skills that underpin literacy competence
Why New Wave Literacy?
content themes based on interests of students at each level
process themes are a sequential development of the reading and writing processes
skills are treated in the context of a high-interest theme
based on a modern text approach to reading and writing
reflects the technical age to which schools and children belong
organised into easily managed modules built around a theme
can be used in a group or independent student situations
provides opportunity for student self-assessment
provides a developmental, sequential coverage of major literacy skills
scope and sequence chart provided to highlight skill