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National teacher scores can improve: govt

Education Minister Simon Birmingham says teaching graduates can improve on literacy and numeracy.Eight in 100 would-be teachers across are failing basic literacy and numeracy tests.
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While 92 per cent passed the literacy component last year, and 92.3 per cent passed numeracy, federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham says there’s room for improvement.

“It’s vital teaching graduates have the skills to hit the ground running,” he said on Monday.

“Higher education providers need to take responsibility for the teacher graduates they accept into their initial teacher education programs.”

More than 23,000 teaching students took the n Council for Educational Research tests, which measure whether they’re in the top 30 per cent of the country’s adult population.

The results were down on 2016 when 95.2 per cent passed the literacy test and 94.2 per cent passed numeracy.

Literacy figures are unchanged from the 2015 federal pilot program, but up on numeracy figures which started at 90 per cent.

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1 Which version has acceptable punctuation?

A – ‘Our community, is not static,’ she said. ‘It is constantly changing.’

B – ‘Our community is not static’ she said ‘it is constantly changing.’

C – ‘Our community is not static,’ she said. ‘It is constantly changing.’

D – ‘Our community is not static, she said, it is constantly changing.’

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“It is no exageration to say that the students’ insight into historical processes and social conditions were impressive.”

3. The weight of a box of stationery is 3.2 kilograms. What is the weight of 100 such boxes?

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C – 110,000

D – 440,000

(Answers: C; exaggeration; 320; D)

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