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  1. Session 1: Exploring the role of literature in our own and children’s lives 8 items
    1. Essential Reading: 3 items
    2. Further Reading (optional): 5 items
      1. Sharing literature with children - David Waugh, Sally Neaum, Rosemary Waugh

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  2. Session 2: Engagement, response and comprehension 8 items
    1. Essential Reading: 2 items
    2. Further Reading (optional): 6 items
  3. Session 3: Picturebooks and visual literacy. Entering the storyworld, the role of drama 9 items
    1. Essential Reading: 3 items
    2. Further Reading (optional): 6 items
      1. Artistic Voices: Drama - T. Grainger, Kathy Goouch, Andrew Lambirth

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  4. Session 4: Poetry: responding, performing, composing 9 items
    1. Essential Reading: 2 items
    2. Further Reading (optional): 7 items
      1. Five pedagogies - Myra Barrs, Valerie Cork

        Chapter 

  5. Session 5: Literature at the centre of the literacy curriculum. The importance of traditional story and storytelling approaches. Exploring links between the reader and the writer 4 items
    1. Essential Reading: 2 items
      1. Chapter 2 - A. Lambirth 2007

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    2. Further Reading (optional): 2 items
  6. Session 6: Literature and children's personal development 2 items
    1. Essential Reading: 2 items
  7. Session 7: Creating a school which promotes reading for pleasure 10 items
    1. Essential Reading: 2 items
    2. Further Reading (optional): 8 items
      1. Introduction - Jane Bunting, Sue Ellis, Sue McGonigle, Jenny Vernon

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      2. Readers recreating texts - Bill Corcoran, Emrys Evans

        Chapter 

      3. Sharing literature with children - David Waugh, Sally Neaum, Rosemary Waugh

        Chapter 

  8. Background reading and recommended texts 51 items
    The following texts offer background reading for the module. Key extracts have been selected from some of these texts for essential reading for course sessions and the list also provides additional reading for students who wish to research more deeply into a specific area. The list is also intended to offer starting points for further reading around the school-based project. Further reading related to specific topics may also be suggested during module sessions.
    1. Books: 44 items
      1. The reader in the writer: the links between the study of literature and writing development at key stage 2 - Myra Barrs, Valerie Cork, Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (London, England) 2001

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      2. The reading book - Myra Barrs, Anne Thomas, Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (London, England) 1991

        Book 

      3. Book-based reading games - Helen Bromley, Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (London, England) 2000

        Book 

      4. BookPower: literacy through literature : year 1 - Jane Bunting, Sue McGonigle, Olivia O'Sullivan, Ann Ross c2008

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      5. BookPower: literacy through literature : year 2 - Jane Bunting, Sue Ellis, Jenny Vernon c2010

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      6. BookPower: literacy through literature : year 3 - Jane Bunting, Sue Ellis, Sue McGonigle, Jenny Vernon

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      7. BookPower: literacy through literature : year 5 - Jane Bunting, Myra Barrs, Deborah Nicholson, Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (London, England) 2005

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      8. BookPower: literacy through literature : year 6 - Jane Bunting, Myra Barrs, Deborah Nicholson, Olivia O'Sullivan 2006

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      9. Researching and teaching reading: developing pedagogy through critical enquiry - Gabrielle Cliff Hodges 2016

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      10. Teachers as readers: perspectives on the importance of reading in teachers' classrooms and lives - Michelle Commeyras, Jennifer Olson, Betty Shockley Bisplinghoff, International Reading Association 2003

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      11. Making Poetry Happen: Transforming the Poetry Classroom - Sue Dymoke, Myra Barrs, Andrew Lambirth, Anthony Wilson 2015 (electronic resource)

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      12. Teaching reading: what the evidence says - Henrietta Dombey, Eve Bearne, United Kingdom Literacy Association 2010

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      13. Exploring children's literature: reading with pleasure and purpose - Nikki Gamble 2013

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      14. The literate classroom - Prue Goodwin 2011 (electronic resource)

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      15. Guiding Reading: A handbook for teaching guided reading at Key Stage 2 - Angela Hobsbaum, Nikki Gamble, David Reedy 2012 (electronic resource)

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      16. Dialogic readers: children talking and thinking together about visual texts - Fiona Maine 2015

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      17. How texts teach what readers learn - Margaret Meek Spencer 1988

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      18. Becoming a teacher of reading - Margaret Perkins 2015

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      19. Independent review of the teaching of early reading: final report - Jim Rose, Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills 2006

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      20. Sharing literature with children - David Waugh, Sally Neaum, Rosemary Waugh

        Chapter 

      21. Talk for reading - Claire Warner, United Kingdom Literacy Association 2013

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      22. Teaching English, language and literacy - Dominic Wyse 2013 (electronic resource)

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    2. Government documents: 2 items
    3. Journals: 3 items
      1. Literacy - United Kingdom Literacy Association 1966-

        Journal 

      2. Reading: literacy and language - United Kingdom Reading Association 1967-2003

        Journal 

    4. Examples of research methods texts to support your school-based project: 2 items
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