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Welcome to Teacher Talk, where our authors 'talk' early literacy with teachers. You'll find practical classroom strategies and tips from real educators, as well as personal stories and innovative approaches to improving your teaching practice.

  1. Teaching effective literacy: engaging students in a shifting digital age

    Teaching effective literacy: engaging students in a shifting digital age
    Now that Developing early literacy: Assessment and teaching is in its second edition, the area that really engages me is how to teach early reading and child-centred approaches to learning. When most five-year-olds begin school they expect to learn to read quickly. How can we build on the knowledge that children bring to school, their interests, oral language, vocabulary and understanding of how print works?
  2. The reading process: what the reader brings

    The reading process: what the reader brings
    Have you ever tried the word tricks where numerals replace letters or where medial letters in words are rearranged? These demonstrate how highly skilled readers are so practised with text that they can still access meaning. They are a reminder of how much prior knowledge helps reader understanding.

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