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Steps to Success 2

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Janine Mundell

on 28 February 2013

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Transcript of Steps to Success 2

What is Literacy? Key components of “literacy:
Book and Print Awareness
Phonemic and Phonological Awareness
Phonics and the Alphabetic Principle
Word and Structural Analysis
Reading Fluency
Reading Comprehension Strategies
Writing Skills and Strategies We all needed this pep talk.
Let us do something awesome.
Create successes, lasting successes.
Helping our children to do,
something awesome for themselves. Success Behaviour Management Literacy as a Gateway Maintain high expectations for student behavior and for one’s own ability to assert authority in the school/classroom. Mastery of literacy is inextricably tied to success in all other academic areas. Numeracy involves using mathematical ideas efficiently to make sense of the world. Establish rules and consequences. Establish routines and procedures. Respond to misbehavior. Create a school/classroom community. Value academic achievement, hard work, and team effort. It is a disturbing truth that even a relatively small gap in a child’s literacy development can have devastating, long-term consequences. Jacqueline A. Bailey Steps to Success Why Numeracy? It stated that a numerate person should understand some of the ways mathematics can be used for communication, and this required the possession of two attributes:

being 'at-ease' with all those aspects of mathematics that enable a person to cope with the practical demands of everyday life
the ability to understand information presented in mathematical terms. Why Numeracy? What do we mean? emphasises the mental processes used to achieve the answer. Mental computation refers to a person’s understanding of number concepts, operations, and applications of numbers and operations. Number sense Estimating and calculating with whole numbers
Recognising and using patterns and relationships
Using fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios and rates
Using spatial reasoning
Interpreting statistical information
Using measurement The Numeracy learning continuum is organised into six interrelated elements:
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