Reading Acquisition In The Primary Classroom
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Every lecture, tutorial, and reading condensed into 11 organised pages. An essentials unit exam prep...
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Contains lecture, tutorial, and prescribed reading notes. The content of this unit was a mess and...
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Detailed & summarised notes from the lectures, tutorials and textbook (Fellowes & Oakley) readings....
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Lectures 1-10 Topics Covered: Reading Acquisition in the primary classroom Understanding Readin...
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Very boring and dull unit. It does not go into any critical or rigorous study and content, in relation to how students in K-2 learn to read. It just overcomplicates basic, common sense and logical concepts, which made this unit very bad. I did not enjoy one bit of doing this unit and don't recommend it if you don't have to do it.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
Hardest unit. Many people failed. Had to work extremely hard to even pass. Concepts are confusing and it is stressful and bland.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
The convener couldn't explain the difference between concepts she was teaching, and had no clue about simple writing conventions. The "expertise" here was in no way evident. Yet another MQU unit that highlights the reason you should take education at literally any other university. No feedback, unaligned assessment, I don't know what's changed since those rave reviews in 2016 but it's a disaster of a unit now.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
I thought this unit was excellent. It was taught incredibly well, and plenty of attention was given to addressing the major assessment task. The tutors and convenor were all incredibly informative and organised.