Resources

NZATE is proud to offer a range of resources designed to be of practical use in the classroom.

Resources supporting the teaching and assessment of oracy:

  • Looking for new approaches to teaching and assessing oracy?
  • Wanting to be more confident when assessing spoken word?
  • Interested in assessing group presentations?
  • Want to know what all the fuss is about poetry slam?

If you want support with these or similar questions you should purchase NZATE’s oral presenting DVDs:

NCEA Level One Oral presentations

Tasks and exemplars for the teaching and assessing of oracy at Level One. Download the invoice here: leveloneoralDVDinvoice


NCEA Level Two Oral presentations

Tasks and exemplars for the teaching and assessing of oracy at Level Two. This DVD includes chapters where individual teachers discuss their practice. Download the invoice here: invoiceleveltwooral

 

NCEA Level Three Oral presentations

Tasks and exemplars for the teaching and assessing of oracy at Level Three. This DVD includes chapters where individual teachers discuss their practice. Download the invoice here: invoicelevelthreeoral



Other resources:

Through the Literary Looking Glass: Critical Theory in Practice

Are you looking for a text to support the study of critical theories in Year 13 or looking for that something extra for your Scholarship class? This hugely popular text is designed with Year 13 students in mind.

Download the invoice here: invoiceliterarytheories

Effective Practices in Teaching Writing:

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This valuable resource looks at a range of effective writing practices. Students and teachers discuss, with supporting documents, what works best for them in the ‘writing’ classroom.

Download the invoice here: invoicewriting

Sound and Sense: NCEA Level Two Poetry Exemplars

When teaching Year 12 and 13, we sometimes worry if students want to hand poetry for the writing portfolios. This resource was deliberately created to assist teachers feel confident when teaching, giving feedback on, and assessing poetry as part of a senior writing portfolio.

Download the invoice here: poetrywriting