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Supporting resources

PETAA innovates to create supporting resources that are integrated with and provide supplementary materials to support teachers using our published books and papers.

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Investigating Model Texts for Learning

Find links to key resources referenced in the text Investigating Model Texts for Learning including tools for literacy teaching, assessment and multicultural education.

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Teaching with Intent 2

Find linked References and downloadable and printable assets to accompany the title Teaching with Intent 2: Literature-based teaching and learning.

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Becoming a meaning maker

Find a Glossary of terms describing talk and interaction for the first PETAA Research Grant publication Becoming a meaning maker: Talk and interaction in the dialogic classroom.

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Writing like a writer (New Edition)

In book extras for Writing like a writer find links for content to the Australian Curriculum; English and NSW syllabus, plus book references online, further reading, and useful websites, tools and resources for teaching narrative writing.

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Classroom Talk

In book extras for Classroom Talk find resources for interactive pedagogical strategies, lesson phase types and definitions, and practical strategies for teacher professional learning around improving classroom talk practices.

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The Shape of Text to Come

In book extras for The shape of text to come find more context for the semiotics framework in the book, assessment guides for visual, multimodal, informative, imaginative and persuasive texts, and links to book references online.

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In the sample video for this Paper, Joanne Rossbridge fosters a critical conversation to jointly construct a text with a Year 5/6 class, and speaks to the value in empowering students to have the tools to talk about language.

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