TES article - Kate Nations, Kathy Rastle, Anne Castles

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TES article - Kate Nations, Kathy Rastle, Anne Castles

Postby Debbie_Hepplewhite » Thu Mar 07, 2019 11:37 am

This is a good article but what a missed opportunity to give a name to the two essential processes to being a reader in the full sense - the Simple View of Reading (Gough and Tunmer, 1986) - a model of understanding reading widely accepted in the research community and recommended in Sir Jim Rose's world-renowned independent national review in England in 2006:

https://www.tes.com/magazine/article/ce ... ading-wars

Ceasefire in the reading wars

Competing theories abound about the best ways to teach children to read, but can psychological science finally bring about an educational entente where conflict and misunderstanding have reigned? Reading researchers Kate Nation, Kathleen Rastle and Anne Castles present the evidence for a more balanced approach to one of the most divisive debates in schooling
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Re: TES article - Kate Nations, Kathy Rastle, Anne Castles

Postby Debbie_Hepplewhite » Thu Mar 07, 2019 11:40 am

This link takes you to Sir Jim Rose's report - so central to official changes in England from a multi-cueing 'searchlights' reading strategies approach to an 'understanding' of the two main processes required to be a reader - the technical ability to lift the words off the page, and the language comprehension (spoken or 'listening' comprehension) to understand the words that have been lifted:

https://iferi.org/evidence/

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