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The Literate Classroom [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780415584074Publication details: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2010.Edition: 3rd edISBN:
  • 9780203834732
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Literate ClassroomDDC classification:
  • 372.6/0941
LOC classification:
  • LB1576.L57 2010
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Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; About the contributors; List of illustrations; The literate classroom: an introduction; PART I: Starting points; CHAPTER 1 Making space for reading: teaching reading in the Early Years; CHAPTER 2 Shared reading and shared writing at Key Stage 1; CHAPTER 3 Working with words: vocabulary development in the primary school; PART II 'The Sea of Talk'; CHAPTER 4 Small children talking their way into being readers; CHAPTER 5 Talk in guided reading sessions; CHAPTER 6 A bridge to literary reading
CHAPTER 7 Working with pupils with English as an additional languagePART III Becoming readers; CHAPTER 8 Readers making meaning: responding to narrative; CHAPTER 9 A sense of time and place: literature in the wider curriculum; CHAPTER 10 Reading the pictures: children's responses to Rose Blanche; PART IV Becoming writers; CHAPTER 11 Motivating children to write with purpose and passion; CHAPTER 12 The problems and possibilities of non-fiction writing; CHAPTER 13 Developing children's narrative writing using story structures; CHAPTER 14 Teaching and learning spelling
PART V Engaging the imaginationCHAPTER 15 The magic must not vanish: traditional tales in the classroom; CHAPTER 16 'Oh no, we did old poems in Year 5!' What is the place of classic poetry in the twenty-first century classroom?; CHAPTER 17 Opening the wardrobe of voices: standard English and language variation at Key Stage 2; CHAPTER 18 The role of drama in the literate classroom; Index;
Summary: Now in its third edition, The Literate Classroom offers essential information and advice from leading experts about the teaching of primary English to students, NQTs and less confident teachers of literacy.
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Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; About the contributors; List of illustrations; The literate classroom: an introduction; PART I: Starting points; CHAPTER 1 Making space for reading: teaching reading in the Early Years; CHAPTER 2 Shared reading and shared writing at Key Stage 1; CHAPTER 3 Working with words: vocabulary development in the primary school; PART II 'The Sea of Talk'; CHAPTER 4 Small children talking their way into being readers; CHAPTER 5 Talk in guided reading sessions; CHAPTER 6 A bridge to literary reading

CHAPTER 7 Working with pupils with English as an additional languagePART III Becoming readers; CHAPTER 8 Readers making meaning: responding to narrative; CHAPTER 9 A sense of time and place: literature in the wider curriculum; CHAPTER 10 Reading the pictures: children's responses to Rose Blanche; PART IV Becoming writers; CHAPTER 11 Motivating children to write with purpose and passion; CHAPTER 12 The problems and possibilities of non-fiction writing; CHAPTER 13 Developing children's narrative writing using story structures; CHAPTER 14 Teaching and learning spelling

PART V Engaging the imaginationCHAPTER 15 The magic must not vanish: traditional tales in the classroom; CHAPTER 16 'Oh no, we did old poems in Year 5!' What is the place of classic poetry in the twenty-first century classroom?; CHAPTER 17 Opening the wardrobe of voices: standard English and language variation at Key Stage 2; CHAPTER 18 The role of drama in the literate classroom; Index;

Now in its third edition, The Literate Classroom offers essential information and advice from leading experts about the teaching of primary English to students, NQTs and less confident teachers of literacy.