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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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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Communication Skills and the Knowledge Economy

Language, literacy and the production of meaning

  • Fiona Doloughan
Whilst recognising the need for Higher Education Institutions to adapt to changing social and economic circumstances and in line with technological and communicational developments, this book raises fundamental questions about the nature of the compact between HE and society.
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Language, literacy and the production of meaning

  • Fiona Doloughan
Whilst recognising the need for Higher Education Institutions to adapt to changing social and economic circumstances and in line with technological and communicational developments, this book raises fundamental questions about the nature of the compact between HE and society.

Price: £6.95

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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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Changing English Primary Education

Retrospect and Prospect

  • Colin Richards
In an attempt to be in line with Government’s endeavours to “modernise” both primary schooling and the primary teaching profession, this book provides critical and speculative perspectives on what has been, might be or should be achieved in teaching, learning and curriculum management.
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Retrospect and Prospect

  • Colin Richards
In an attempt to be in line with Government’s endeavours to “modernise” both primary schooling and the primary teaching profession, this book provides critical and speculative perspectives on what has been, might be or should be achieved in teaching, learning and curriculum management.

Price: £19.99

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Literacy, Power and Social Justice

  • Adrian Blackledge
This book gives the lie to the widespread notion that mothers who are themselves illiterate in English cannot help their children to learn to read and write English. Dr Blackledge’s research reveals that as soon as the parents’ capacities are recognized their children’s progress accelerates dramati
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  • Adrian Blackledge
This book gives the lie to the widespread notion that mothers who are themselves illiterate in English cannot help their children to learn to read and write English. Dr Blackledge’s research reveals that as soon as the parents’ capacities are recognized their children’s progress accelerates dramati

Price: £19.99

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Teaching English in Primary Classrooms

  • Mina Drever
  • Susan Moule
  • Keith Peterson
Drawing on the latest research on how children learn both first and subsequent languages, this book demonstrates how exploring language and the ways it works can be stimulating and fun for children and satisfying for teachers, as they see grammar come to life.
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  • Mina Drever
  • Susan Moule
  • Keith Peterson
Drawing on the latest research on how children learn both first and subsequent languages, this book demonstrates how exploring language and the ways it works can be stimulating and fun for children and satisfying for teachers, as they see grammar come to life.

Price: £20.99

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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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Catalyst for Change

The impact of Reading Recovery in the United Kingdom

  • Angela Hobsbaum
  • Amanda Leon
This paper reviews the implementation of Reading Recovery and considers the effect it has had on children, teachers and schools in the UK; how successful has it been and what role can it play in helping all our children to become literate?
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The impact of Reading Recovery in the United Kingdom

  • Angela Hobsbaum
  • Amanda Leon
This paper reviews the implementation of Reading Recovery and considers the effect it has had on children, teachers and schools in the UK; how successful has it been and what role can it play in helping all our children to become literate?

Price: £3.00

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Developing children’s minds through literacy and numeracy

  • Terezinha Nunes
The lecture argues that when our children learn literacy and numeracy, we want them not simply to learn facts but also to encounter new objects of thought and tools for thinking. It is through this process that schools can develop children’s minds.
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  • Terezinha Nunes
The lecture argues that when our children learn literacy and numeracy, we want them not simply to learn facts but also to encounter new objects of thought and tools for thinking. It is through this process that schools can develop children’s minds.

Price: £3.00

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