7-8 Literacy: Enhancing Literacy in the HSIE classroom

Focusing on the HSIE classroom, join Rebecca Langahm to learn how to create and source excellent Literacy resources, teach engaging Literacy based lessons with minimal preparation and how to build Literacy into various aspects of your teaching.
  • 4.3 Rating

    220 reviews

  • Targeted to

    All Educators

  • 2 Hours

    Course Duration
  • Standards

    2.6, 4.2

About this course

Literacy permeates all subjects and areas of study.

However, would you like to better at delivering high quality literacy lessons in the HSIE classroom when relief teaching?

Become more confident, knowledgeable and employable by broadening your skills in the subject of Literacy for HSIE.

In this highly practical course you will be shown the building blocks for creating excellent literacy activities and how to best deliver them for maximum engagement.

You will learn:

  • Create and source excellent Literacy resources
  • Teach engaging Literacy lessons with minimal preparation
  • Build your knowledge in the Literacy subject area
Course Duration: 2 Hours

Australian Professional Standards for Teachers:
 2.6, 4.2

NESA: Completing Year 7-8 Literacy Strategies may be logged as 2 hours of NESA Elective PD. Suggested descriptors: 2.6.2, 4.2.2 

💜 Reviews 💜

“Positive presenter who adapted the content of the course to HSIE which I have been teaching quite a lot of, as a relief teacher.”- Romany F
“It was clear and well-structured. The presenter was great – it is clear that she is a very good classroom teacher. Making links to real-world teaching is always very helpful.”- Paul D

Rebecca Langham

Educator and Writer


Rebecca Langham is a single mum who lives near the Blue Mountains, NSW. Completing a dual degree followed by postgraduate work, she has majors in English, History, Gender Studies and Education from the University of New England. 

A Xenite, a Whovian and all-round general nerd, Rebecca is a lover of science fiction, kittens, and caffeine. 

When she isn’t teaching History to high schoolers or wrangling children at home, Rebecca enjoys playing broomball and reading.