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File Chatterbooks - creating a culture of reading for pleasure
Here, Liz Chamberlain, from The Open University, shares the outcomes of a collaborative project focused on reading for pleasure through the creation of reading clubs, which involved four UK universities and The Reading Agency. In each university, small groups of student teachers decided to trial the Chatterbooks resources with their classes whilst on school placements. The lecturers expected to hear that the children had responded favourably to the ideas and texts talked about during the sessions, however, it was the impact on the student teachers that was the most striking.
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Blog Entry Remembrance Sunday: Your guide to the University's First World War commemorations
Find out how we have been marking the centenary of the First World War
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Blog Entry Secondary Education Committee seeks like-minded people for fun and maybe more . . .
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Blog Entry See over 60 new reviews of books for younger readers
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Blog Entry Michael Murphy Poetry Prize Shortlist announced
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Blog Entry Out now - English after Brexit - EA Fellows reflect on Brexit plus Peter Robinson's Balkan Diary
The latest in our Issues in English occasional series
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Blog Entry 2016 Beatrice White Prize Awarded to Lawrence Warner
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Blog Entry We are looking for colleagues to join our Higher Education Committee
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Blog Entry Winner of the School Librarian of the Year 2019
The SLA School Librarian of the Year Award is the School Library Association’s prestigious honour to recognize the excellent work that is carried out in school libraries every day and highlight the best practice of those whose work is outstanding. We went along to the Awards Ceremony on 27 June 2019.
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Blog Entry As You Like It: Teaching Shakespeare in Primary and Secondary Classrooms 29 April 2016
A one day conference at the British Library Conference Centre, Euston Road, London
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