The 8 Week Training Programme for English starts by giving you good tips on spelling and punctuation and then provides you with a day-by-day study programme.
There are a wide range of writing topics and excellent hints and tips on how to structure and write an outstanding essay.
Finally it tells you what the marker will be looking for when they come to assess your writing.
The product: 'The 8 Week Training Programme: ENGLISH (NCEA Level 1)' is an informative right-on book with references to actual exams, including how to download previous exams (page 112). It also contains tasks to complete ie. Formal Writing; Short written text; visual text. It contains information on how to plan essays, and even includes a section on how to plan your study time effectively.
The 8 week training programme shows you how to: Optimise Your Learning Environment, Prepare realistic goals and a plan to achieve them, Learn how to learn, and practice on exam-type questions. It has beeen described as a 'Fairly Standard collection of notes and activities' - Ben Arcus.
Overall this is a very useful study guide and I recommend it to all who want to pass NCEA Level One English.
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