xxiv, 556 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
9780415469036 hardback 0415469031 hardback 9780203863091 ebook 0203863097 ebook
Routledge international handbook series.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Social and cultural influences on children's motivation for reading / Scott G. Paris and Stuart McNaughton Literature for children / Eve Bearne and Morag Styles Twenty first century literature: opportunities, changes and challenges / Catherine Beavis Reading and teaching short stories, based on process studies and experimental research / Tanja Janssen, Martine Braaksma and Gert Rijlaarsdam Comprehensive instruction: merging two historically antithetical perspectives / Gerald G. Duffy, Samuel Miller, Scott Howerton and Joseph Baxter Williams The genre-specific nature of reading comprehension / Nell K. Duke and Kathryn L. Roberts Morphological knowledge and learning to read in English / Elfrieda H. Hiebert and Marco Bravo Phonological development across different languages / Usha Gosuwami Interaction and learning to read: towards a dialogic approach / Henrietta Dombey Facilitating writing development / Steve Graham Writing in the early years / Helen Bradford and Dominic Wyse The ontogenesis of writing in childhood and adolescence / Frances Christie Composition: cognitive, textual and social dimensions / Sarah W. Beck Rhythm and blues: making textual music with grammar and punctuation / Debra Myhill Linguistic foundations of spelling development / Derrick C. Bourassa and Rebecca Treiman Handwriting and writing / Jane Medwell and David Wray Orality, literacy, and culture: talk, text, and tools in ideological contexts / Randy Bomer Understanding language development / Debra Myhill Bilingualism and English language teaching / Janina Brutt-Griffler Drama in teaching and learning language and literacy / Anton Franks Classroom discourse: towards a dialogic pedagogy / Frank Hardman and Jan Abd-Kadir Critical approaches to teaching languages, reading and writing / Hilary Janks Becoming culturally responsive: a review of learning in field experiences for prospective literacy educators / Melissa Mosley, Lisa J. Cary and Melody Zoch The text environment and learning to read: windows and mirrors shaping literate lives / Misty Sailors and James Hoffman The relationship between home and school literacy practices / Jackie Marsh Gender and the teaching of English / Gemma Moss An outward, inward, and school-ward overview of interactive communications technologies across the literacy landscape / David Reinking Multimodality, literacy and school English / Carey Jewitt and Gunther Kress A very long engagement: English and the moving image / Andrew Burn Reading, writing and speaking poetry / Terry Locke Overcoming fear and resistance when teaching Shakespeare / Joe Salvatore Difficulties in learning literacy / Elias Avramidis, Hazel Lawson and Brahm Norwich Classroom assessment of literacy / Peter Afflerbach, Byeong-Young Cho, Jong-Yun Kim and Summer Clark Initial teacher preparation for reading instruction / Cathy M. Roller Comparative international studies of reading literacy: current approaches and future directions / Gerry Shiel and Eemer Eivers Globalization and the international context for literacy policy reform in England / Dominic Wyse and Darleen Opfer A tale of the two Special Administrative Regions (SARs) of China: an overview of English language teaching developments in Hong Kong and Macao / Joanna Lee and Beatrice Lok Bilingual educational programmes in Indian schools: addressing the English language needs of the country / Mihika Shah English in Scandinavia: a success story / Aud Marit Simensen The teaching of English in Sub-Saharan Africa / Alicia Fentiman, Dominic Wyse and Lillian Indira Vikiru Recent federal education policy in the United States / Richard L. Allington English in Australia and New Zealand / Wayne Sawyer English in England and Wales: knowledge and ownership / Sue Brindley Implications for research, policy and practice / RIchard Andrews, James Hoffman and Dominic Wyse.