Award-winning author sits NAPLAN writing test. How does she go?
Education HQ Australia | April 2018
Every year author Jen McVeity sits down and takes the NAPLAN writing test – in exactly the same conditions Australian students face. “It is a really tough test,” McVeity says.
The main hurdles, according to McVeity, are the lack of planning time and the extremely limited time frame of 40 minutes for the test. This goes against best practice for authors and writers in general, who typically spend one third of their time brainstorming and planning.
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