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by Laura Huxford,Sir Michael Barber,John Stannard


John Stannard and Laura Huxford We would like to thank Michael Barber for his support and assistance in. .This book tells the story of the National Literacy Strategy (NLS) in England.

John Stannard and Laura Huxford. First published 2007 by Routledge 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 4RN Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada by Routledge 270 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016 Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business. We would like to thank Michael Barber for his support and assistance in writing this book, and for providing a foreword.

The Literacy Game book. John Stannard, Laura Huxford

The Literacy Game book. John Stannard, Laura Huxford. Sir Michael Barber (Foreword). Containing invaluable insights from the original director of the National Literary Strategy (NLS) and its director of training, this book provides the only systematic exploration of the reform programme. The Literacy Game is an enlightening book which will appeal to all policy makers and academics who are keen to know what did and did not work in the NLS and wh.

The Literacy Game is an enlightening book which will appeal to all policy makers .

These are part of the literacy hour (Stannard & Huxford 2007, Machin & McNally 2008). Overall three words illustrate the main skills involved in the experiment. When the National Literacy Strategy was implemented in September 1998, Kate Wall was teaching at a junior school in the southwest of England. She became keenly aware of the effects it had on herself as a practitioner, her colleagues and the children identified with special educational needs (SEN) in her class.

ByJohn Stannard, Laura Huxford. Stannard, . Huxford, . Barber, S. (2007). sets out the political background and context to literacy education in England over a decade from 1996 to 2006. First Published 2007. explains and appraises the rationale and design underpinning the NLS, thereby rebutting some of the folk-lore that has built up around it.

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John Stannard and Laura. Huxley, foreword by Michael. Barber, Routledge, London, 2007.

John Stannard and Laura. ISBN 978-0-415-41701-3.

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Forward by Sir Michael Barber Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction Chapter 1 The context and origins of the National Literacy Strategy Chapter 2 About learning Chapter 3 The literacy curriculum: a Framework of teaching objectives Chapter 4 The Literacy Hour Chapter .

Forward by Sir Michael Barber Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction Chapter 1 The context and origins of the National Literacy Strategy Chapter 2 About learning Chapter 3 The literacy curriculum: a Framework of teaching objectives Chapter 4 The Literacy Hour Chapter 5 Differentiating the Strategy Chapter 6 Implementation Chapter 7 Securing the Strategy Chapter 8 Devolving the Strategy Chapter 9 Impact and evaluation Chapter 10. Politics and practice Bibliography Index. Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: National Literacy Strategy (Great Britain).

The Literacy Game: the story of the National. By John Stannard and Laura Huxford Routledge pound;18. Even people like me initially opposed to the National Literacy Strategy, launched in 1998 were soon carried along by the strategists' optimism and the teachers' enthusiasm. As John Stannard and Laura Huxford recall, this was the most ambitious educational reform programme in the world. It fired a weary profession and, for a while, made us feel universal literacy was within our grasp.

Containing invaluable insights from the original director of the National Literary Strategy (NLS) and its director of training, this book provides the only systematic exploration of the reform programme.

A vital introduction and critical appraisal for pracititioners and students, The Literacy Game examines the origins, evolution and impact of the NLS, and provides a fully comprehensive contribution to the teaching of literacy and the management of educational change.

This illuminating text:

sets out the political background and context to literacy education in England over a decade from 1996 to 2006 explains and appraises the rationale and design underpinning the NLS, thereby rebutting some of the folk-lore that has built up around it provides an example of the principles and practices of large-scale system change links the NLS to wider global research on system change and educational reform evaluates the contribution of the NLS in advancing knowledge of the literacy curriculum in English and the development of pedagogy as a whole considers the impact and consequences of the NLS on standards of literacy.

The Literacy Game is anenlightening book which will appeal to all policy makers and academics who are keen to know what did and did not work in the NLS and why.

The Literacy Game: The Story of The National Literacy Strategy ebook
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Laura Huxford,Sir Michael Barber,John Stannard
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