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20 black & white illustrations, 5 black & white tables
3rd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
The literate classroom: an introduction, Prue Goodwin 1. Talking to be literate, Prue Goodwin 2. Making space for reading: teaching reading in the Early Years, Margaret Perkins 3. Shared reading and shared writing at Key Stage 1, Liz Laycock 4. Reading aloud to children, Judith Graham 4. Reading the pictures: children's responses to Rose Blanche, Catriona Nicholson 5. Independent young readers, Prue Goodwin 6. Readers making meaning: Responding to narrative, Tony Martin 7. Poetry, Alison Kelly 8. A sense of time and place: literature in the wider curriculum, Gillian Lathey 9. Motivating children to write with purpose and passion, Teresa Cremin 10. Developing children's narrative writing using story structures, Maureen Lewis 11. The problems and possibilities of non-fiction writing, David Wray and Maureen Lewis 12. Teaching spelling, Olivia O'Sullivan 13. The struggle to punctuate: a case study of two children learning, Nigel Hall 14. Opening the wardrobe of voices: standard English and language study at Key Stage 2, Michael Lockwood 15. The role of drama in the literate classroom, Suzi Clipson-Boyles 16. Working with pupils with English as an additional language Liz Laycock
Prue Goodwin is a lecturer on literacy education and children's books. Having spent many years working at the University of Reading, she is now freelance as a lecturer to education professionals and a consultant to children's publishers.