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Phillip Callen

Phil is currently teaching at Blair Athol North School in Adelaide, South Australia. He supports students and teachers in literacy, multi media, and the arts

Recent posts from Phillip Callen

  • New Writer's Workshop Planning Packs!

    Posted by Phillip Callen

    The Writer's Workshop Unit Planning Pack is everything you need for effective, high impact planning in writing. Download a pack for each year level from Foundation to Year 6. Each pack includes: Notes to guide you through each of the 9 steps in the planning process F-6 Australian Curriculum: English...

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  • Triple Treat online!

    Posted by Phillip Callen

    We are very excited to announce that the innovative Triple Treat trios of books are now available online. It is so wonderful that teachers in Pre-school or Foundation can now share all these 36 beautiful books on the big screen and/or children can read them independently on their iPads.  Teachers...

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  • View This Resource in Action!

    Posted by Phillip Callen

    Did you know that you can sometimes see photos of Teachific resources in action in real classrooms? Click on a resource and sometimes see the 'View This Resources in Action'. For example see the photos attached to this resource: https://www.teachific.com.au/view/1741/letter-explorations-a-z  

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  • Irresistible Reading Quotes

    Posted by Phillip Callen

    "To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark." — Victor Hugo, Les Miserables "Oh, magic hour, when a child first knows she can read printed words!" — A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, 1943 "There is more treasure in books than...

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  • Newsletter sign up!

    Posted by Phillip Callen

    Make sure your colleagues have the opportunity to know about all the amazing resources on Teachific. Get them to sign up to this newsletter at the bottom of the Home Page. Every week there is a different focus in the newsletter. This week it was: Quick Writes: Engaging Students as...

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