Cracking the Reading Code: A guide for reading non-fiction

Supporting learners, Educational outcomes, Distance and flexible learning, Teaching strategies, Adult and community education, Literacy and numeracy skills Foundation and Bridging Education
Published: 18 August 2012

A reading guide, prepared by Clare Hazledine and Mary Silvester, provides strategies and techniques to enhance comprehension, identify key points, and engage with complex content, empowering readers to effectively navigate and extract meaningful information from a wide range of non-fiction texts.


Cracking the Reading Code: An Audio-Visual Resource for Students on how to read Academic Texts

A project to develop audio-visual resources for students wanting to improve their academic reading skills and another audio-visual tool for tutors to understand the reading needs of their students.

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Co-funded by

Ako Aotearoa’s
Regional Hub Project Fund

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