Approaching Difficulties in Literacy Development: Assessments, Pedagogy and Programmes considers the complexity of literacy difficulties, showing how research into literacy difficulties has to be multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary and involve a range of research approaches and methods. The chapters show that this is necessary to accommodate the wide range of issues that can, potentially, explain literacy difficulties and suggest strategies and interventions to ease those difficulties. This Reader is relevant to all postgraduate students of Literacy, as well as educators, professionals and policy makers.direct reference back to the title, presumably to create an ending to his essay that is coherent with the opening question. ... The pathologising of his writing and the references to a#39;lacka#39; of key components of a#39;good writing a a#39;structurea#39;, a#39;argumenta#39; a suggest that ... presupposition regarding academic disciplines is hidden beneath more technical attention to supposedly generic features of a#39;academic writinga#39;:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Approaching Difficulties in Literacy Development|
|Author||:||Felicity Fletcher-Campbell, Janet Soler, Gavin Reid|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2009-09-10|