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  1. ESSENTIAL BACKGROUND READING FOR THE MODULE 12 items
    Please note: You will have already read many of these in the first module as the theory and research you learnt about underpins practice in this module. Please note you do not have to read these all cover to cover but would be useful to use them for reference. I would suggest the Carroll et al text is read all the way through before starting the module as this will provide a good background.
    1. Developing Language and Literacy - Julia M. Carroll, Claudine Bowyer-Crane, Fiona J. Duff, Charles Hulme 06/01/2011

      Book Essential Core text

    2. Ending the Reading Wars: Reading Acquisition From Novice to Expert - Anne Castles, Kathleen Rastle, Kate Nation 06/2018

      Article Essential

    3. Identifying and teaching children and young people with dyslexia and literacy difficulties - Jim Rose, Great Britain. Department for Children, Schools and Families 2009

      Document Essential

    4. Reading development & teaching - Morag Stuart, Rhona Stainthorp 2016

      Book Essential

    5. This is a resource that will be lent to you.

      Resources:

      Hatcher, P., Hulme, C., Miles. J., Carroll, J., Hatcher, J., Gibbs, S., Smith, G.,

                 Bowyer-Crane, C., Goetz, K., Nasir, L., & Snowling, M. Phonology and

                 Reading Intervention Programme Manual. University of York. Unpublished.

                 (Available for borrowing from SENJIT)

  2. KEY BOOKS ON TEACHING: 6 items
    1. Multisensory teaching of basic language skills - Judith R. Birsh 2011

      Book Essential available hard copy in library

    2. Sound Linkage: An Integrated Programme for Overcoming Reading Difficulties - Peter J. Hatcher, Fiona J. Duff, Charles Hulme 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    3. Teaching literacy to learners with dyslexia: a multisensory approach - Kathleen Kelly, Sylvia Phillips 2016

      Book Recommended

    4. Dyslexia: a practitioner's handbook - Gavin Reid 2016

      Book Recommended Previous edtions available - also online access: https://www.dawsonera.com/readonline/9780470745496

  3. Session 1 A staged process of assessment for intervention/ using assessments to support development of a teaching programme 6 items
    1. Assessment of learners with dyslexic-type difficulties - Sylvia Phillips, Kathleen S. Kelly, Liz Symes 2013

      Book Essential Online edition also available. Please read chapter 3.

    2. Additional Readings 5 items
      1. Special needs language and literacy assessment handbook - Gill Backhouse, Prue Ruback 2011

        Book Recommended

      2. Assessment and Classroom Learning - Paul Black, Dylan Wiliam 03/1998

        Article Recommended pp7-74

      3. Developing Language and Literacy - Julia M. Carroll, Claudine Bowyer-Crane, Fiona J. Duff, Charles Hulme 06/01/2011

        Book Recommended Read chapter 3

      4. Dyslexia, speech and language: a practitioner's handbook - Margaret J. Snowling, Joy Stackhouse 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Goulandris, N. Chapter 4 and Chapter 6

  4. Session 2 General teaching principles for effective learning/Planning teaching for learning Part 1) 5 items
    1. Additional Readings 4 items
      1. Developing Language and Literacy - Julia M. Carroll, Claudine Bowyer-Crane, Fiona J. Duff, Charles Hulme 06/01/2011

        Book Recommended Chapter 5

      2. The voice of evidence in reading research - Vinita Chhabra, Peggy D. McCardle c2004

        Book Recommended Stahl, S. A. What do we know about fluency? Findings of the National Reading Panel.

  5. Session 3 What is meant by evidence and evidence informed practice) 5 items
    1. Additional readings 4 items
      1. Developing Language and Literacy - Julia M. Carroll, Claudine Bowyer-Crane, Fiona J. Duff, Charles Hulme 06/01/2011

        Book Recommended Chapter 2.

      2. Visible learning: a synthesis of over 800 meta-analyses relating to achievement - John Hattie 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapter 3 is relevant to this session and useful for afternoon session too.

  6. Session 4 Planning learning Part 2: introducing rationale and lesson plans for case study/groups 4 items
    1. Additional readings 3 items
      1. Addressing Difficulties in Literacy Development 19/09/2002

        Book Recommended To read chapter: Dyson, A. & Skidmore, D. (2000). Contradictory models: The dilemma of Specific Learning Difficulties.

      2. Dyslexia in practice: a guide for teachers - Janet Townend, Martin Turner 1999

        Book Recommended To read chapter: Flecker, M. & Kogan, J. (2000). The learning skills

      3. Dyslexia: perspectives for classroom practitioners - Jonathan Oxley, Michael Thomson, Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills. Special Educational Needs Division, British Dyslexia Association 2004

        Book Recommended To read chapter: Johnson, M. (2004). Dyslexia-friendly teaching

  7. Session 5 A. What does intervention research tell us about effective intervention for word reading difficulties? B. Explore Hatcher's Sound Linkage as an evidence base for teaching reading. 6 items
    1. Efficacy of small group reading intervention for beginning readers with reading-delay: a randomised controlled trial - Peter J. Hatcher, Charles Hulme, Jeremy N.V. Miles, Julia M. Carroll 31/10/2005

      Article Recommended pp 820-827

    2. Additional readings 5 items
      1. Developing Language and Literacy - Julia M. Carroll, Claudine Bowyer-Crane, Fiona J. Duff, Charles Hulme 06/01/2011

        Book Recommended

      2. Sound Linkage: An Integrated Programme for Overcoming Reading Difficulties - Peter J. Hatcher, Fiona J. Duff, Charles Hulme 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      3. Distributed and massed practice: from laboratory to classroom - Rachel Seabrook, Gordon D. A. Brown, Jonathan E. Solity 01/2005

        Article Recommended pp 107-122

      4. The study of dyslexia - John Rack, Martin Turner c2004

        Book Recommended Read: Review of research evidence of effective intervention.

  8. Session 6 A. Past student presentations B. Working with older learners 7 items
    1. Additional readings 6 items
      1. Effective practice for adolescents with reading and literacy challenges - Lou Denti, Gilbert R. Guerin 2008

        Book Recommended

      2. Rethinking Response to Intervention at Middle and High School - Fuchs, Lynn SFuchs, DouglasCompton, Donald L Mar 2010

        Article Recommended pp 22-28

      3. Evidence-Based Strategies for Reading Instruction of Older Students with Learning Disabilities - Greg Roberts, Joseph K. Torgesen, Alison Boardman, Nancy Scammacca 05/2008

        Article Recommended pp 63-90

  9. Session 7 Evidence of effective intervention: 1 Supporting the teaching of reading 2 Phonics 13 items
    Please note the additional readings reading for the second part of the session (2 phonics) is underneath
    1. Teaching systematic synthetic phonics in primary schools 2nd edition - Joliffe.W. & Waugh. D with Carss. A

      Book Essential This is a good background book on phonics if you want to read more and especially if you are secondary trained and have less experince of phonics- you can dip in and skim read this.. no need to read cover to cover.

    2. Additional reading for part 1 supporting the teaching of reading 4 items
      1. Effectiveness of Literacy Programs Balancing Reading and Writing Instruction: A Meta-Analysis - Steve Graham, Xinghua Liu, Angelique Aitken, Clarence Ng 07/2018

        Article Recommended

      2. Reading interventions for struggling readers in the upper elementary grades: a synthesis of 20 years of research - Jeanne Wanzek, Jade Wexler, Sharon Vaughn, Stephen Ciullo 2010-9

        Article Recommended 23, 8, 889- 912

    3. Additional reading for part 2 supporting the teaching of phonics 7 items
      Just choose one to have a look at but these may be useful if you want to go into more depth or when writing your essay
      1. The effects of synthetic phonics teaching on reading and spelling attainment: a seven year longitudinal study - Rhona S. Johnston, Joyce E. Watson, Scotland. Scottish Executive. Education Department 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      2. Teaching synthetic phonics in primary schools - Johnston & Watson

        Book Recommended

      3. Phonological skills and their role in learning to read: A meta-analytic review. - Monica Melby-Lervåg, Solveig-Alma Halaas Lyster, Charles Hulme 2012

        Article Recommended pp 322-352

      4. Phonics: reading policy and the evidence of effectiveness from a systematic ‘tertiary’ review - Torgerson, Carole ; Brooks, Greg ; Gascoine, Louise ; Higgins, Steve Routledge

        Webpage Recommended

      5. Phonics websites 2 items
        1. Phonics play

          Webpage Optional Link to a useful website with lots of phonics resources

  10. Session 8 Evidence of effective intervention: reading and listening comprehension 7 items
    1. Ameliorating Children’s Reading-Comprehension Difficulties - Paula J. Clarke, Margaret J. Snowling, Emma Truelove, Charles Hulme 08/2010

      Article Essential pp 1106-1116

    2. Additional Reading 6 items
      1. Hidden Language Impairments in Children: Parallels Between Poor Reading Comprehension and Specific Language Impairment? - Nation, KateClarke, PaulaMarshall, Catherine MDurand, Marianne Feb 2004

        Article Recommended pp 199-211

      2. Understanding and teaching reading comprehension: a handbook - Jane Oakhill, Kate Cain, Carsten Elbro 2015

        Book Recommended Also available online

  11. Session 9 Evidence of effective intervention: Supporting spelling 7 items
    1. Additional Reading: 5 items
      1. Transforming research on morphology into teacher practice - Jane Hurry *, Terezinha Nunes, Peter Bryant, Ursula Pretzlik 06/2005

        Article Recommended pp 187-206

      2. Dyslexia, speech and language: a practitioner's handbook - Margaret J. Snowling, Joy Stackhouse c2006

        Book Recommended Read Chapter 6 Jamieson and Simpson online version here.

      3. Learning Morphological and Phonological Spelling Rules: An Intervention Study - Terezinha Nunes, Peter Bryant, Jenny Olsson 07/2003

        Article Recommended pp 289-307

      4. Dyslexia: perspectives for classroom practitioners - Jonathan Oxley, Michael Thomson, Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills. Special Educational Needs Division, British Dyslexia Association 2004

        Book Recommended Goldup, W. How words work: morphological strategies

      5. Teaching Spelling 29/01/2014

        Book Recommended Westwood 2014

    2. Resources 1 item
  12. Session 10 Evidence of effective intervention: Part 1 Supporting language and writing composition. Part 2 vocabulary and REVI programme 6 items
    1. The SAGE Handbook of Writing Development 2009

      Book Essential Dockrell, J.E (2009) 'Causes of delays and difficulties in writing development' pages 489-505. Essential reading for part 1 of lecture

    2. Reading with vocabulary intervention: evaluation of an instruction for children with poor response to reading intervention - Fiona J. Duff, Elizabeth Fieldsend, Claudine Bowyer-Crane, Charles Hulme 08/2008

      Article Essential pp 319-336 essential reading for part 2 of lecture

    3. Additional reading 4 items
      1. Bringing words to life: robust vocabulary instruction - Isabel L. Beck, Linda Kucan, Margaret G. McKeown 2013

        Book Recommended

      2. Dyslexia in practice: a guide for teachers - Janet Townend, Martin Turner 1999

        Book Recommended Read: Goldup, W. Developing writing skills For part 1 of lecture.

  13. Session 11 Evidence of effective intervention: Supporting handwriting as an example of a common co-occurring difficulty 6 items
    1. A Comprehensive Meta-analysis of Handwriting Instruction - Tanya Santangelo, Steve Graham 2016-6

      Article Essential 1 - 41

    2. Additional Reading 4 items
      1. Handwriting development, competency, and intervention - Katya P Feder, Annette Majnemer 04/2007

        Article Recommended

      2. A Systematic Review of Interventions to Improve Handwriting - Monica M. P. Hoy, Mary Y. Egan, Katya P. Feder 02/2011

        Article Recommended 78: 13

      3. Dyslexia, speech and language: a practitioner's handbook - Margaret J. Snowling, Joy Stackhouse 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended read chapter by Taylor, J. (2006). Developing Handwriting Skills

    3. Websites 1 item
  14. SESSION 12 - Evidence of effective intervention: Relation between reading and number difficulties and interventions for pupils struggling with numeracy 6 items
    1. Additional Reading 5 items
      1. DYSCALCULIA: MYTHS AND MODELS - Sue Gifford 04/2006

        Article Recommended pp 35-51

  15. SESSION 13 -Evidence of effective intervention: Supporting emotions and self esteem and a look at how technologies and ICT can be used to support dyslexic learnerss 10 items
    1. Dyslexia, speech and language: a practitioner's handbook - Margaret J. Snowling, Joy Stackhouse 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Nash, P. The assessment and management of psychosocial aspects of reading and language impairments.

    2. Additional reading Edit | Remove 9 items
      1. Beyond Technology: Children's Learning in the Age of Digital Culture - David Buckingham 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapter 9 pp 176-183

      2. Dyslexia and self-concept: seeking a dyslexic identity - Robert L. Burden, Margaret J. Snowling 2005

        Book Recommended

      3. Multisensory teaching of basic language skills - Judith R. Birsh 2011

        Book Recommended Read chapter 22 Hecker and Engstrom; Technology that supports literacy instruction and learning.

      4. The study of dyslexia - John Rack, Martin Turner c2004

        Book Recommended Ridsdale, J. Dyslexia and self-esteem

      5. Dyslexia in the digital age: making IT work - Ian Smythe c2010

        Book Recommended

      6. Websites 1 item
  16. Session 14 Evidence for effective intervention: Study and organisational skills & metacognition and self regulated learning. 9 items
    1. Additional reading 8 items
      1. Instructional Interventions Affecting Critical Thinking Skills and Dispositions: A Stage 1 Meta-Analysis - P. C. Abrami, R. M. Bernard, E. Borokhovski, A. Wade 18/09/2008

        Article Recommended pp 1102-1134

      2. How can primary school students learn self-regulated learning strategies most effectively? - Charlotte Dignath, Gerhard Buettner, Hans-Peter Langfeldt 2008-1

        Article Recommended pp 101-129

      3. Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques - John Dunlosky, Katherine A. Rawson, Elizabeth J. Marsh, Mitchell J. Nathan 01/2013

        Article Recommended

      4. Learning Styles - Harold Pashler, Mark McDaniel, Doug Rohrer, Robert Bjork 12/2008

        Article Recommended pp 105-119

      5. Identifying and teaching children and young people with dyslexia and literacy difficulties - Jim Rose, Great Britain. Department for Children, Schools and Families 2009

        Book Recommended pp 180-186

      6. Websites 1 item
        1. Becta (2005). Learning styles – an introduction to the research literature.

          Retrieved 9.1.2007 from www.becta.org.uk

  17. Session 15 Study session 0 items
    1. No readings: a chance to meet with your teaching partner and group and plan together 0 items
  18. Session 16 Group tutorial assignment and AMBDA guidance 4 items
    1. Evaluating professional development - Thomas R. Guskey c2000

      Book Essential

    2. Additional reading 3 items
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