Involving the family in supporting pupils' literacy learning
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Involving the family in supporting pupils' literacy learning

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The extracts taken from this Study Guide are from a course (Difficulties in Literacy Development) which was jointly developed by the Open University and the University of Edinburgh. Permission granted from University of Edinburgh to use extracts from Study Guide. Copyright in Study Guide: The Open University and The University of Edinburgh. First published 2002. Second edition 2006.

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material in this course:

Course image: Moyan Brenn in Flickr made available under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Licence.

Appendix D: Rose, J (2006) Independent Review of the Teaching of Early Reading, Final Report, March, Department for Education and Skills/HMSO (accessed at https://www.education.gov.uk/ publications/ standard/ publicationDetail/ Page1/ DFES-0201-2006). Crown copyright material is produced under Class Licence Number C01W0000065 with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen’s Printer for Scotland.

The chapters included in Open Learn are from: ‘Addressing Difficulties in Literacy Development – Responses at Family, School, Pupil and Teacher Levels (eds) Janice Wearmouth, Janet Soler and Gavin Read. Published by Routledge and Falmer 2002. Copyright © Compilation, original and editorial matter, The Open University.

This Reader constitutes part of a course jointly developed by The Open University and the University of Edinburgh. The Open University course is E801 Addressing Difficulties in Literacy Development (E801). The University of Edinburgh’s course is the Postgraduate Certificate in Difficulites in Literacy Development.

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material in this course:

Chapter 3 Tizard, J., Schofield, W.N. and Hewison, J. (1982) ‘Collaboration between teachers and parents in assisting children’s reading’, in ‘Addressing Difficulties in Literacy Development – Responses at Family, School, Pupil and Teacher Levels (2002) (eds) Janice Wearmouth, Janet Soler and Gavin Read, published by Routledge Falmer 2002. Originally published in Journal of Educational Psychology, 52 pp.1-5. Reproduced by permission of the British Journal of Educational Psychology © The British Psychological Society

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