Acknowledgements

There are many teachers, particularly in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and the Wirral, who have contributed to this manual through discussion of draft material and by sharing their experience. Particular thanks should go to all the members of the Advanced Diploma in Language and Literature at Homerton College, Cambridge, who have worked with much of the material. There are also individuals who have made significant contributions to the development of the manual. My especial thanks to Jane Brooks, Jill Pauling, staff and class 5/6 at St Philip’s CE primary school, Cambridge, Jo Russell, Marie Stacey and Sally Wilkinson. Thanks also go to all the people whose work is represented here:

Sue Bailey and children from Town Lane infants school, Wirral

Barbara Borland

Helen Bromley

Jack Brown

Pat Brown

Sally Elding

Ian Eyres and children from Bar Hill school, Cambridgeshire

Cath Farrow

Peter Fifield

Kit Howes

Noelle Hunt

Belinda Kerfoot

Anna Lofthouse and children from the Queen’s School, Richmond

Beverley Long

Jackie Lucas and children from Burwell village college primary school, Cambridgeshire

Caroline Luck and children from Reddings county primary school, Hertfordshire

Helen Maguire

Colette Morris

Jenny Reynolds and children from Thorndown junior school, Huntingdon

Margaret Rosenfeld

Morag Styles

Anthony Wilson

Tatiana Wilson

I would also like to thank Oxford University Press for permission to reproduce illustrations from Christmas Adventure by Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta (1994), by permission of Oxford University Press.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Overview of the Manual xiii
  • Chapter One - What Does Development in English Look Like? 1
  • Chapter Two - Reading 21
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  • Chapter Six - Study of Texts 235
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