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Readers and texts in the primary years

Author: Tony Martin; Bob Leather
Publisher: Buckingham [England] ; Philadelphia : Open University Press, 1994.
Series: Rethinking reading.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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In the primary classroom approaches to the teaching of reading continue to be a focus for much professional debate. Readers and Texts in the Primary Years examines the ways in which readers respond to different texts. The word 'response' occurs throughout the National Curriculum for English but is not defined in any precise sense and the aim of the book is to develop an awareness of the issues involved for primary  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tony Martin; Bob Leather
ISBN: 0335192289 9780335192281 0335192270 9780335192274
OCLC Number: 30355400
Description: 129 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Readings --
2. The power of story --
3. Readers and stories --
4. Reading into writing --
5. Poetry: The inexhaustible ambiguity of sentences --
6. Advertising: Legal, decent, honest and truthful? --
7. Implications for the classroom.
Series Title: Rethinking reading.
Responsibility: Tony Martin and Bob Leather.

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In the primary classroom, approaches to the teaching of reading continue to be a focus for professional debate. This book examines the ways in which readers - children and adults - respond to  Read more...

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