The Information Text Awareness Program (ITAP)
The Information Text Awareness Program (ITAP), known formerly as the Non Fiction Book Flood, supports Pacific Island nations’ teachers using information texts in their classrooms.
IDOC is pleased to be the recipient of an in-kind donation from Sheena Cameron and Louise Dempsey who are the authors of “The Oral Language Book”. Sheena and Louise have committed $1 from the sale of each book to provide teacher professional learning workshops in Oceania islands. To purchase this book, and to support IDOC, please visit: http://www.thewritingbook.com/product-category/books/
Read the article in the IRA journal Reading Today – ‘Fijian educators passionate about preserving their language’, by Wendy Carss (NZLA) and Beryl Exley (ALEA).
For more information about the work of ILA’s Global Operations Unit: http://www.literacyworldwide.org/about-us/global-operations/oceania-outreach-projects
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Catering for cultural and linguistic diversity: Using teacher created information texts, by Wendy Carss, Apolonia Tamata and Beryl Exley
Teachers as writers – writing information texts in English and vernacular, by Beryl Exley, Wendy Carss and Apolonia Tamata