the new curriculum and a new novel study

Morris, Jo
April 2008
English in Aotearoa;Apr2008, Issue 64, p46
The article focuses on the novel study for curriculum development conducted by the author in New Zealand. The primary purpose of the study is to illustrate his teaching approach at Year 10 using the modern educational planning technique. The study focuses on the integration of the reading comprehension activity of the students wherein the students must interact with his/her fellow classmates about their understanding on the activity.


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