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|Notes:||Prev. ed.: 1999.|
|Description:||xvii, 214 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||The literate classroom: An introduction; Part One: Starting Points for Literacy; Making space for reading: Teaching reading in the Early Years; Shared reading and shared writing at Key Stage 1;Mr Magnolia met the Literacy Hour: Did he survive? Part Two: Becoming Readers; Readers making meaning: Responding to narrative; Reading silently; A sense of time and place: Literature in the wider curriculum; Reading the pictures: Children's responses to Rose Blanche; Part Three: Becoming Writers; Motivating children to write with purpose and passion; Developing children's narrative writing using story structures; The problems and possibilities of non-fiction writing; Teaching and learning spelling; The struggle to punctuate: A case study of two children learning; Part Four: The World of Literacy; Working with words: Vocabulary development in the primary school; Young word processors at work; Working with pupils with English as an additional language; The role of drama in the literate classroom; Opening the wardrobe of voices: standard English and language study at Key Stage 2; Hey, poetry!|
|Responsibility:||edited by Prue Goodwin.|
- Literacy -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Great Britain.
- Language arts (Elementary) -- Great Britain.
- Literacy -- Study and teaching (Preschool)
- Reading (Elementary) -- Great Britain.
- English language -- Study and teaching -- Great Britain.
- Language awareness in children -- Great Britain.
- English language -- Study and teaching.
- Language arts (Elementary)
- Language awareness in children.
- Literacy -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
- Reading (Elementary)
- Great Britain.