This unit supports internal assessment for English Achievement Standard 90853: Use information literacy skills to form conclusion(s).
English 90853 (1.9) - Information Literacy - Support GuideDownload PDF 110 KB
English 90853 (1.9) - Information Literacy - Resource FrameworkDownload PDF 51 KB
Links to the relevant stage of inquiry resource can be found below:
1. Stage of Inquiry - Open
2. Stage of Inquiry - Immerse
3. Stage of Inquiry - Explore
4. Stage of Inquiry - Identify
5. Stage of Inquiry - Gather
6. Stage of Inquiry - Create
There are two separate resources here, although they are similar in structure.
- Seeking Recommendations offers students a more specific and authentic context in which to ground their inquiry.
- The Demon Drink let's students choose a context of their own (related to the general topic of alcohol consumption).
7. Stage of Inquiry - Share
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