Subject Index
advertising 280, 281, 282
affective aspects of learning 9
Arts in Schools Project 276
assessment 17-18, 303, 304, 313-16, 312;
of reading 54-66;
of speaking and listening 173-86;
of writing 110-32
author studies 251-2
baseline assessment 188, 317-19
big books 40-1, 92, 210, 238, 240, 246, 269, 284
bilingualism 11, 156-7, 158, 159, 186, 215, 219, 319
CD-ROM 33, 42, 48, 169, 276, 278, 280, 302, 310, 311
codes of speech:
elaborated 158;
restricted 158;
switching 159, 185
cognitive aspects of learning 9, 35, 148, 159, 182
collaboration:
over reading 52-3;
over writing: 92-5, 102, 105, 216
composition:
of writing 79, 81, 87-90
comprehension 45
conferencing:
writing 87-90
core books 38-9
Cox Report 191, 192
cross curricular teaching 98-105, 109-11, 276, 285-92, 309, 310, 313, 321
culture:
and language 8, 10-11, 16, 141, 148-9, 159, 220;
and writing 81
DARTS (Directed Activities Relating to Texts) 44
deafness (see also hearing loss) 178-9
deficit theory 11, 152-3
Department for Education and Science 191
diagnostic assessment:
of reading 54-61;
of speaking and listening 178-82;
of writing 123-32
dialect 9, 142, 155, 193, 209, 211, 268
drafting 79, 86, 87-90, 91, 92-5, 98
drama 39, 92, 172, 173, 237, 238, 274-6
early years 77-8, 81, 83, 149-53, 158, 202, 226-7, 316-17, 321
elaborated code (of speech) 158
emergent writing 77-8, 82-3, 85-6, 92, 95
English in the National Curriculum (see also National Curriculum) 193-4
environment:
classroom as language and literacy environment 19-20, 37-8, 165-6, 193, 230, 306, 308, 321;
school as language and literacy environment 307-8
environmental print 36, 80, 278, 280, 283, 293
equal opportunities (see also gender) 30-3, 167-9, 306, 308, 321
fiction 38, 237, 238, 242, 293, 312
gender:
and reading 23, 30-3;
and talk 167-8;
and writing 110
genre 114, 169-70, 197, 202-3, 211, 220, 238, 240, 252, 254-8, 292-4
graphic knowledge 226-7, 230
graphology 201, 226-7
graphophonic cues 33, 227
group work 52-3, 102, 105, 168-9, 177
handwriting 80, 82, 87, 224, 226, 228
hearing loss 178-9
home language 8, 10-11, 141, 149-53, 158, 159, 189, 224, 226, 228
home literacy 8, 10-11, 24, 35, 81, 82-3
homonyms 207-8, 211
homophones 207-8, 211
information technology (including Information and Communications Technology [ICT]) 85, 169, 241, 254-8, 276, 279, 301, 308, 309, 311-12, 313, 317
information texts (see also non-fiction) 41-2, 48, 208, 238, 241, 281, 283-5, 286-92, 297, 302, 321
inservice 302, 306, 321, 322
journals 85, 86, 109-10
kinaesthetic memory 228
Kingman Report 192
knowledge about language [KAL] 114, 192-6, 198-202, 210-14, 219
language:
development 11, 15-17, 151-2, 159, 193, 219, 317-18;
diversity 9, 11, 155-6, 157, 160, 165;
games 206-7;
and learning 15-17, 78, 98-102, 154, 161-2, 186-7, 256-8;
as a system 191, 192-3;
variation 209
Language in the National Curriculum Project (LINC) 192, 233
literacy 11, 15, 237, 238
management of the classroom:
for reading 47-8, 49-51;
for talk 167-9;
for writing 85-6, 92-5

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