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    • Contesting the curriculum in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

      Openshaw, R.; Clark, J.; Hamer, J.; Waitere-Ang, H. (Thomson/Dunmore Press, 2005)
      Discusses the definitions of curriculum, the notion of curriculum politics, some historical influences on curriculum-making, and the sorts of functions curriculum is supposed to perform. Some contemporary curriculum areas ...
    • Education and society in New Zealand. 

      Melbourne, Australia (Thomson/unmore Press, 2005)
      An introduction to the social and policy contexts of teaching and education.
    • Getting your assignment load under control. 

      Adams, P.; Openshaw, R.; Trembath, V. (Thomson/Dunmore Press, 2006)
      This chapter takes a closer look at assignment loads and how to keep them under control by planning ahead.
    • How to write an annotated bibliography. 

      Maxwell, A. (Thomson/Dunmore Press, 2006)
      This chapter explains what an annotated bibliography actually is, how to write one, and provides a number of model examples.
    • Inequality and social stratification in society 

      Adams, P.; Hamer, J. (Thomson/Dunmore Press, 2005)
      This chapter discusses the nature of society as it is today. It covers two critical and inseparable aspects of society : inequality and social stratification.
    • Score more : essential academic skills for tertiary education. 

      Hamer, J. (Thomson/Dunmore Press, 2006)
      This chapter explains how you can tackle an assignment topic by understanding the place of your assignment within the broad design of your course, as well as understanding how to deconstruct your assignment topic.
    • Score more : essential academic skills for tertiary education. 

      Maxwell, A. (Thomson/Dunmore Press, 2006)
      This chapter examines what a report is and provides a step-by-step guide to what a report should contain and how it should be structured.
    • Using academic readings strategically 

      Hamer, J. (Thomson/Dunmore Press, 2006)
      This chapter outlines a number of key strategies for quickly identifying the best readings that you will need to complete assignments to a high standard.