Analysing Language in Context

A Student Workbook

  • Theresa M. Lillis
  • Carolyn McKinney
This work provides an introduction to a range of ways of analysing language in context. It is accessible in that it assumes no previous knowledge on the reader’s part, and guides students through detailed analysis. It also offers a hands-on approach to data analysis.
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A Student Workbook

  • Theresa M. Lillis
  • Carolyn McKinney
This work provides an introduction to a range of ways of analysing language in context. It is accessible in that it assumes no previous knowledge on the reader’s part, and guides students through detailed analysis. It also offers a hands-on approach to data analysis.

Price: £23.99

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Acts of Reading

Teachers, Text and Childhood

  • Morag Styles
  • Evelyn Arizpe
Looks at the history of reading and texts for children from an educational perspective. This book explores the act of reading itself, whether oral, silent or performative, whether for pleasure or instruction. It also considers the changing representations of childhood over three centuries and the influence of the visual on the acts of reading.
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Teachers, Text and Childhood

  • Morag Styles
  • Evelyn Arizpe
Looks at the history of reading and texts for children from an educational perspective. This book explores the act of reading itself, whether oral, silent or performative, whether for pleasure or instruction. It also considers the changing representations of childhood over three centuries and the influence of the visual on the acts of reading.

Price: £20.99

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A Pedagogy of Poetry

through the poems of W.B. Yeats

  • John Gordon
Using eleven of Yeats’s poems, John Gordon explores ways of thinking about and teaching poetry in secondary schools and at undergraduate level. He draws together commentary, research, and his own professional experience, to enable his readers to apply the key principles he identifies to teaching a broad range of poems effectively and memorably.
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through the poems of W.B. Yeats

  • John Gordon
Using eleven of Yeats’s poems, John Gordon explores ways of thinking about and teaching poetry in secondary schools and at undergraduate level. He draws together commentary, research, and his own professional experience, to enable his readers to apply the key principles he identifies to teaching a broad range of poems effectively and memorably.

Price: £20.99

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Poetry and Childhood

  • Morag Styles
  • Louise Joy
  • David Whitley
An academic book aimed to give serious critical attention to the poetry of childhood. It is based on a conference organised by Morag Styles for the British Library and the University of Cambridge. It looks at key poets of childhood from the past and at the poetry for children by present English Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy.
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  • Morag Styles
  • Louise Joy
  • David Whitley
An academic book aimed to give serious critical attention to the poetry of childhood. It is based on a conference organised by Morag Styles for the British Library and the University of Cambridge. It looks at key poets of childhood from the past and at the poetry for children by present English Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy.

Price: £22.99

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Language, Literacy and Education

A Reader

  • Sharon Goodman
  • Theresa Lillis
  • Janet Maybin
  • Neil Mercer
This work provides a collection of readings that illustrate both the variation in research on language and literacy and the common underlying themes. It covers four themes: talk and the process of teaching and learning; literacy and education; discourse and identity; and multimodal communication.
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A Reader

  • Sharon Goodman
  • Theresa Lillis
  • Janet Maybin
  • Neil Mercer
This work provides a collection of readings that illustrate both the variation in research on language and literacy and the common underlying themes. It covers four themes: talk and the process of teaching and learning; literacy and education; discourse and identity; and multimodal communication.

Price: £24.99

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Which Book and Why

Using Book Bands and book levels for guided reading in Key Stage 1

  • Sue Bodman
  • Glen Franklin
This book will be valuable not only to professionals in schools, but also to trainee teachers at the very start of their journey into teaching.
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Using Book Bands and book levels for guided reading in Key Stage 1

  • Sue Bodman
  • Glen Franklin
This book will be valuable not only to professionals in schools, but also to trainee teachers at the very start of their journey into teaching.

Price: £30.99

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Reading Recovery and Every Child a Reader

History, policy, and practice

  • Sue Burroughs-Lange
  • Amanda Ince
This book describes the operation, training, and infrastructure of the early literacy interventions Reading Recovery and Every Child a Reader.The story is a model of how effective interventions need to be supported to ensure that their effectiveness is not jeopardized as they expand in scale and scope.
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History, policy, and practice

  • Sue Burroughs-Lange
  • Amanda Ince
This book describes the operation, training, and infrastructure of the early literacy interventions Reading Recovery and Every Child a Reader.The story is a model of how effective interventions need to be supported to ensure that their effectiveness is not jeopardized as they expand in scale and scope.

Price: £23.99

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A Tribute to Basil Bernstein 1924-2000

  • Sally Power
  • Peter Aggleton
  • Julia Brannen
  • Andrew Brown
  • Lynne Chisholm
  • John Mace
A collection of tributes to Basil Bernstein’s contribution to the field of sociology, written by scholars from around the world and from a wide range of academic disciplines.
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  • Sally Power
  • Peter Aggleton
  • Julia Brannen
  • Andrew Brown
  • Lynne Chisholm
  • John Mace
A collection of tributes to Basil Bernstein’s contribution to the field of sociology, written by scholars from around the world and from a wide range of academic disciplines.

Price: £16.00

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Psychological Processes in Printed Word Recognition

Implications for the teaching of reading

  • Morag Stuart
This paper concentrates on research findings concerning the printed word recognition processes used by fluent independent readers to gain access to meaning, and how these are developed.
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Implications for the teaching of reading

  • Morag Stuart
This paper concentrates on research findings concerning the printed word recognition processes used by fluent independent readers to gain access to meaning, and how these are developed.

Price: £3.00

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Learning to read

  • Morag Stuart
Morag Stuart, whose work in psychology of reading spans over 20 years, examines the way in which children come to read and understand words, ultimately refining the question: ‘What are the processes that children have to develop in order to become skilled readers, and what do we know about their development?’
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  • Morag Stuart
Morag Stuart, whose work in psychology of reading spans over 20 years, examines the way in which children come to read and understand words, ultimately refining the question: ‘What are the processes that children have to develop in order to become skilled readers, and what do we know about their development?’

Price: £5.00

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