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EDUC260 - Language Literacy and Learning FULL UNIT NOTES

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Full unit notes with diagrams for visual assistance in for all modules. - Module 1: Words - Modul...

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EDUC260 Lecture Notes

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All lecture notes for the unit. Topics are as follows (some weeks only had one lecture): 1.1 – What...

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EDUC260 LECTURE NOTES

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EDUC260 Notes

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Lecture Notes EDUC260

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Reviews

Huge heads up: If they ask you how 'literacy enables us to control our world' in an assignment, they want you to first name very specifically what literacy is, talk about 'new literacies' and then talk about socioeconomic status and the ATSI "gap" (despite this being in none of the course material whatsoever). You're welcome. ----- The staff are hugely condescending online. If you ask a question, you're stupid. I just don't post because I see people get spat on instead of helped out. ----- It's a good subject, really interesting, great lectures, outside of the jerks and the terribly written assessment material it's really worthwhile stuff.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This unit is not content heavy. It provides students with great ideas about how and what to teach during literacy lessons in a class setting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014