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Author(s)Gordon Winch / Rosemary Ross Johnston / Paul March / Lesley Ljungdahl / Marcelle Holliday
SubtitleReading, Writing and Children's Literature
Published2nd January 2020
PublisherOxford University Press ANZ
University course codes
Australian Catholic University (ACU):ECL310 - Multiliterate Learners In Middle Years Environments
Central Queensland University:EDCU20036 - Literacy Learning
Deakin University:ECL310 - Multiliterate Learners In Middle Years Environments
Deakin University:EEE754 - Language
Deakin University:EPL746 - Primary Literacy
Edith Cowan University (ECU):LAN6015 - Language Education
Monash University:EDF5031 - Literacy and English education in the primary years
Murdoch University:EDN235 - Teaching English and Literacy in Early Childhood and Primary
RMIT University:TCHE2433 - Learning and Developing Literacies
RMIT University:TCHE2488 - Early Literacy Foundation to Year 2
University of Newcastle:EDUC6738 - Teaching Practices K-6 English
University of Notre Dame:ED2631 - English 2: Reading & Viewing
University of Notre Dame:EDUC1611 - Functional Literacy
University of Queensland:EDUC7550 - Teaching English 1
University of South Australia:EDUC2058 - Studies in English Education 1 & 2
University of Southern Queensland (USQ):ECL2200 - English Curriculum and Pedagogy in Early Primary 2
University of Western Sydney (UWS):101579 - English & Literacy 1
Reading, Writing and Children's Literature
The most comprehensive literacy text for pre-service teachers.Literacy: Reading, Writing and Children’s Literature, sixth edition, is the most comprehensive text for pre-service teachers to learn how to teach literacy. It covers the whole literacy curriculum: reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing, and illustrates how pre-service teachers can use theory in their classrooms. This new edition has been completely revised and streamlined to create stronger links from education to professional practice. It reflects the changing nature of literacy in the modern world and the impact of technology on teaching and learning. This accessible text is rich with practical examples, classroom scenarios, and revision questions to help readers put theory into practice. Teaching examples highlight effective assessment practices and demonstrate how to teach to a range of learning abilities from beginner through to accomplished.NEW TO THIS EDITIONCase studies at the start of each chapter give an introduction to chapter discussion and share practical ideasIssues for discussion encourage pre-service teachers to reflect on what they have learned in the chapter. These can also be used for tutorial activitiesIn the classroom activities have been updated with current examples to provide relevant real-world examplesLiteracy across the curriculum and Ideas bank provide examples of how literacy can be taught in different areas of the curriculum, including science, assessment, health and physical education, and visual literacyA new chapter on Sustainability and a revised chapter on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Asia address the cross-curriculum prioritiesThe updated Oxford Wordlist, which includes the 500 words most frequently used by children in their first three years of school.