English Unit Plan Templates.

That’s right; download your FREE English Unit Plan Templates right here.

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English learning is critical to success in the New Zealand Education system and to success (as determined by society) in the wider world.

Most jobs in New Zealand require a minimum level of English language skill. While many employers appreciate it if you can speak a second language, English is key to getting a job, getting paid and communicating.

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Click here to go to the English Curriculum page where you can read about the pedagogical justifications for learning and teaching English. Learn about how the learning area is structured and how English learning could and should be integrated across the curriculum, not just taught as an independent subject.

English is the official language of 53 countries. English is the third largest language by number of native speakers, after Mandarin and Spanish. Estimates of English speaking people (that include second language speakers) vary greatly, from 470 million to more than 1 billion people. That is a lot of people to meet and speak to. English is spoken as a first language by around 400 million people around the world.

Do you want to learn some Re Moriori? Click below and go and have a look at the examples of Re Moriori?


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If you are doing a treaty unit on settlement with your kids, consider doing the Misty Skies unit as part of your studies. It makes a nice comparison with the settlement of New Zealand. The difference on Rekohu is that the Europeans came before the Maori, and after the Moriori. Have a look. It’s fascinating and kids love it. This is something completely new for them and gets them away from the ‘same old stuff’ that some teachers tend to teach for their Treaty topics.

If you are after unit plan templates to download in any curriculum area, simply go to the appropriate curriculum page by clicking on one of the links in the menu on the right.