High stakes literacy tests and local effects in a rural school.
1) An introduction that introduces your essay, including your argument and response to the question/topic 2) The main text (the body) which gives substance to your position, developing this across paragraphs, using the literature to demonstrate and evidence your claims. For instance, think about identifying 3-5 arguments/claims to develop as a means to advance your argument. 3) A conclusion that synthesis your main argument/position. Nothing new should be in the conclusion; think about emphasising what is significant or interesting about the argument you have presented. ——————————————– NEED LITERARURE FROM THESE SOURCES Schwab 2012 Indigenous early school leavers- failure and high-stakes testing.pdf Lingard & Sellar (2013) ‘Catalyst data’- perverse systemic effects of audit and accountability in Australian schooling, Journal of Education Policy(1)-1.pdf Attachment Cormack & Comer (2013) High stakes literacy tests and local effects in a rural school.pdf ACARA 2016 Why NA