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Marjorie Williams

Both ways learning through meaningful collaboration

May 31, 2020

Cultural Elder Marjorie Nyunga Williams created this beautiful artwork entitled: Yanangu Waltja Tjutangku Nintini Pipirri Tjuta.(Luritja) The English title she gave it is: ‘Both Ways Languages and Culture’. It depicts working together to teach our kids ‘both ways’ through meaningful collaboration. Marjorie describes the painting, “Elders and families sitting in a circle, learning the kids,…

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Reading Tracks Activity Book 1

Reading Tracks 1 to 15 new Activity Books!

May 7, 2020

Get busy with engaging, educational writing and drawing activities after reading each book. Focused on: Sounds and Spelling; Grammar; Comprehension; Art and Culture.

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The Senior (WA): Literacy on Track article

The Senior: Literacy on Track

Mar 26, 2019

Please click here to view The Senior publication containing the Literacy on Track article.

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ABC Kalgoorlie: Textual Healing

Jan 15, 2019

Poppy Penny, ABC Kalgoorlie AIR Textual Healing interview with Margaret James

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CAAMA Reading Tracks Interview

Tegan at CAAMA radio interviews Margaret James and Reading Tracks contributors

Nov 28, 2018

Margaret was recently interviewed by the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA). Teghan Hughes from CAAMA interviewed Margaret together with Benedict Stevens and Marjorie Williams to find out more about the new Reading Tracks books and the collaborative process of developing them. Read the CAAMA article Aboriginal Literacy Books to Teach Reading, Tracking and Hunting…

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New Reading Tracks books bring literacy and culture - Drive Interview

ABC Drive interview: new books bring literacy and culture

Nov 26, 2018

Alex Barwick from ABC Drive interviews indigenous elders Marjorie Williams and Benedict Stevens together with Margaret James about the new book series ‘Reading Tracks’. Interview: 8.5 mins New Reading Tracks books bring literacy and culture – Drive Interview

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Katherine Times New Series to Close Reading Gap

The Katherine Times covers Reading Tracks

Nov 14, 2018

Roxanne Fitzgerald from the Katherine Times reported recently on Reading Tracks. Full article here: New Series to Close The Reading Gap Roxanne Fitzgerald October 29 2018 A new series of 22 books aimed at older, Indigenous students are helping to ‘close the gap’ when it comes to encouraging teenagers who are behind their peers in…

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Michael Worthington: Ruumiya Manta Talingka – A Goanna In The Sand

Sep 7, 2018

In Conversation with Michael Worthington. An interview with Margaret James – Sep 2018

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Talkers.FM: Improving Literacy of Indigenous Children In Australia

Sep 3, 2018

Bron Williams from Talkers.FM interviews Margaret James – “Improving Literacy of Indigenous Children in Australia”

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