Learning the features and purpose of different text types is a crucial skill for all students. Students must learn to recognise different text types by their unique features and then incorporate this knowledge into their own writing. This can be an exciting progression for students, as their ability in reading, comprehension and writing improve and they learn that communication can take many forms. Te Targeting Text series develops students' comprehension and writing skills using real texts as models, studying their particular features and scaffolding students' own writing with structured teaching unis. Each text type is given comprehensive coverage with a clear descriptive overview, followed by well structured lessons that will motivate your students. All units are linked to outcomes-based assessment pages that help you plan the next step.
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