PP221: Reading models: putting the jigsaw together (Hardcopy

PP221: Reading models: putting the jigsaw together (Hardcopy
This PETAA Paper is written for education students and early career teachers. It has one simple purpose: to look at some of the most familiar models of reading, view them from the perspective of the broader context of language development, see how they fit with each other, and work out their strengths and limitations. In other words, we are ourselves developing a schema that helps us to make sense of these sometimes-confusing models, and know what gaps still need to be filled. The paper reflects the content of Chapter 2 of PETAA’s recent publication The Alphabetic Principle and Beyond (Cox, Feez, & Beveridge, 2019) which is priority reading for a depth of understanding about phonics and spelling.

Read PETAA PAPER 221 — Reading models: putting the jigsaw together online for members only. Discover the complete PETAA Paper archive on the Member Resources Portal.
You can purchase the PDF here

Member price: 5.00

Publication details

Bronwyn Parkin
ISSN 2200-2189
Date of Publication
PETAA Membership

To take advantage of member discounts on this publication, you need to first complete the transaction to become a PETAA member, then return to purchase publications.