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IT’S no secret that students who use the newspaper as an educational resource score higher on standardised tests, develop the habit of lifelong reading and are more likely to become engaged citizens.
IN the weeks to come The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (Star-NiE) programme presents a collection of stories was donated by The Strait Times newspaper of Singapore for use by teachers and students in the classroom.
TOM Romano, writing in his book Blending Genre, Altering Style, suggested alternative ways of sharing research material. The majority of research application formats came directly from the newspaper.
MULTIGENRE writing has become one of the most productive approaches teachers can use to help students write creative, informational research reports.
FOR readers who may have missed our earlier features, The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (Star-NiE) programme has been running weekly lessons in StarEdu since June 28, on how multigenre writing has become one of the most productive approaches teachers can use to help students write creative, informational research reports.
TOM ROMANO has published numerous bestselling books including Crafting Authentic Voice; Blending Genre, Altering Style; Zigzag; and Writing with Passion.
Selecting topics and organising information is key to writing with purpose and passion.
DENSITY aside, capacity, safety, hygiene and compliance with social distancing as recommended by the Health Ministry and the National Security Council, were factors that determined the operational models used in schools when they fully reopened on Wednesday, the Education Ministry told StarEdu.
“IT’s hot. It’s stuffy. It feels like you are trapped in a cocoon, ” said Sean Thum as he recalled his discomfort of wearing a personal protective equipment (PPE) suit while on duty as a healthcare worker involved in the fight against Covid-19 recently.