Recommended reading

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Recommended reading

The texts mentioned in this section do not constitute a definitive list and should act as a guide to further research. It is an attempt to list key texts in each area which will provide both a historical perspective and a clear overview of recent debates: some of the most current thinking is found in journals and on websites and these will be recommended to Bath Spa Teachers at relevant points on the course.

Key texts (recommended for pre-course reading):

Brindley, S. 1994; (reprinted 2000) Teaching English Routledge

2. Clarke, S., Dickinson, P. and Westbrook, J. (revised 2009) The Complete Guide to Becoming an English Teacher Sage Publications

3. Moon B. and Mayes S et al (2002) Teaching, Learning and the Curriculum in Secondary Schools: A Reader Open University Press

4. Davison J. and Dowson J. (revised 2009) Learning to Teach English in the Secondary School Routledge

5. Alison Johnson (revised 2003) QTS English for SecondaryTeachers – Audit & self-study Letts

6. Wright, T. (2005) How to be a Brilliant English Teacher Routledge

7. Blake, J (2006) The Full English – an A-Z handbook of teaching activities NATE Teachit (available from

The following books are recommended for further reading into specific aspects of the English curriculum:

  1. Cowley, S. (2004) Getting the Buggers to Write 2 Continuum

  2. Harrison, C. (2004) Understanding Reading Development Sage Publications

  3. Myhill, D., Jones, S. and Hopper, R. (2005) Talking, Listening, Learning: Effective Talk in the Primary Classroom Open University Press

  4. Gibson, R. (1998) Teaching Shakespeare Cambridge University Press

The texts that appear in bold type in the bibliography are perhaps the most valuable.

Teaching English – general

Blake, J (2006) The Full English Sheffield: NATE

Brindley, S. (1994, revised 2005) Teaching English Routledge

Clarke, S et al (2010) The Complete Guide to Becoming an English Teacher, 2nd edition, London: Paul Chapman

Cox, B. (1991) Cox on Cox: An English Curriculum for the 1990s Hodder & Stoughton

Davison J. and Dowson J. (2009) Learning to Teach English in the Secondary School 3rd edition, Routledge

Davison, J and Moss, J (2000) Issues in English teaching London: Routledge

Dymoke, S (2009) Teaching English Texts 11-18 Continuum

Eagleton, R (2000) Doing English London: Routledge

Ellis, V (2007) Subject knowledge and Teacher Education: the development of beginning teachers’ thinking London: Continuum

Fleming, M and Stevens, D (2009) English Teaching in the Secondary School 3rd edition, David Fulton

Furlong, T. and Ogborn, J. (1995) The English Department

Goodwyn, A (2011) The Expert Teacher of English London: Routledge

Green, A (2001) Becoming a Reflective English Teacher OUP: Oxford

Kress, G (1995) Writing the Future: English and the Making of a Culture of Innovation Sheffield: NATE

Kress, G et al (2005) English in Urban Classrooms: a multimodal perspective on teaching and learning London: Routledge Falmer

Moon B. and Mayes S et al (2005) 2nd edition; Teaching, Learning and the Curriculum in Secondary Schools: A Reader Open University Press

OFSTED (2009) English at the crossroads: an evaluation of English in primary and secondary schools, 2005/08

Piem, N. (1993) Critical Theory for English Teachers Routledge

Pope, R (2002) The English Studies Book 2nd ed London: Routledge

Protherough, R. & King, P. (eds.) (1995) The Challenge of English in the National Curriculum Routledge

Wray & Medwell (1997) QTS English - A Trainee’s Guide Letts; Cambridge University Press

The Framework for Secondary English

A-Level Teaching

Alexander, M (2000) A History of English Literature Palgrave Macmillan

Beard, A and Evans, J (2000) AS Level English Language, Language and Literature, Literature London: Wordsworth ed

Bleiman, B (1985) Assignments 16-19: resources for language and communication

Bleiman, B (1989) Tales for the Telling Longman

Brown, J and Gifford, T (1988) Teaching A level English Literature Routledge

Keith, G and Shuttleworth J (2000) Living Language 2nd Ed London: Hodder and Staughton

Neelands, J and Dobson, W (2000) Drama and Theatre Studies at AS/A level Hodder and Staughton

Children’s Literature (and c.f Reading below)

Benton, M & Fox, G (1985) Teaching Literature: Nine to fourteen Oxford: OUP

Hall, C and Coles, M (1999) Children’s Reading Choices Routledge

Hunt, P (1992) Literature for Children; contemporary criticism London: Routledge

Hunt, P (1991) Criticism, Theory and Childre’s Literature Oxford: Blackwell

Meek, M (1977) The Cool Web Bodley Head

Meek, M (1988) How Texts Teach What Readers Learn Thimble Press

Pennac, D (2006) The Rights of the Reader Walker Books

Rosen, B (1991) Shapers and Polishers: Teachers as storytellers Mary Glasgow

Spufford, F (2003 ) The Child that Books Built Faber and Faber

Styles, M (ed) (2010) Poetry and Childhood Trentham Books

Townsend, J R 1990, 5th edition Written for Children: An outline of English-language children’s literature Bodley Head

Watson, Victor ed. (2001) The Cambridge Guide to Children's Books in English CUP

The following is a short list of authors whose books are popular in schools. See also (a review site run by teenagers), Blue Peter (, Shadowing the Carnegie ( and (run by children’s librarians) for current favourites.

David Almond

Malorie Blackman

Tim Bowler

Melvin Burgess

Aidan Chambers

Eoin Colfer

Sharon Creech

Alan Gibbons

Eva Ibbotson

Elizabeth Laird

Geraldine McCaughrean

Michael Morpurgo

William Nicholson

Philip Pullman

Marcus Sedgewick

Jean Ure

Jacqueline Wilson

Benjamin Zephaniah

Culture & Policitics

Cohen, P (1998) Teaching Popular Culture: Beyond Radical Pedagogy London: UCL Press

Connell, R W (1995) Masculinities Plity Press

Donald, J & Rattansi, A (1992) ‘Race’, Culture and Difference. Buckingham: SAGE & Open University Press

Rosen, H (1984) Stories and Meanings Sheffield: NATE

Rosen, H, (1993) Troublesome Boy London: English and Media Centre


Barlow & Skidmore (1994) Drama Form: A Practical Guide to Drama Technique Hodder & Stoughton

Bolton, G. (1992) New Perspectives on Classroom Drama Simon & Schuster

Bolton, G. (1984) Drama as Education Longman

Bolton, G. (1979) Towards a Theory of Drama in Education Longman

Boagey, Eric. (1991) Starting Drama Collins Educational

Boal, A. (1992) Games for Actors and Non Actors Routledge

Braverman, D (2002) Playing a part: drama and citizenship. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books

Burgess, R. & Gaudry, P. (1985) Time for Drama: A Handbook for Secondary Teachers Open University Press

Brandes, D (1990) Gamesters Handbook I and II Stanley Thornes

Bunyan, P (2000) Cracking Drama: progression in Drama within English Sheffield: NATE

Cremin, M; Grainger, T 2001 Resourcing classroom drama: 8-14 Sheffield: NATE

Fleming, M. (1994) Starting Drama Teaching David Fulton

Fleming, M. (1997) The Art of Drama Teaching David Fulton

Fleming, M 2000 Teaching drama in primary and secondary schools: an intergrated approach David Fulton

Hornbrook, D. (ed.) (1998) On the Subject of Drama Routledge

Johnson, A, & O'Neill, C., (eds) (1984) Dorothy Heathcote: Collected Writings Hutchinson

Kempe, A (2002) The GCSE drama coursebook 3rd Cheltenham: Nelson Thornes

Kempe, A and Ashwell, M 2000 Progression in secondary drama Oxford: Heinemann

Kempe, A; Nicholson, H 2001 Learning to teach drama 11-18 Continuum

Marson, Brockbank, Drama 14-16 Stanley Thornes

Neelands J. (1990) Structuring Drama Work CUP

Neelands J. (1992) Learning Through Imagined Experience Hodder & Stoughton

Neelands J (1997) Beginning Drama 11-14 David Fulton Publishers

Neelands J, Goode, T (2000) Structuring drama work: a handbook of available forms in theatre and drama 2nd ed CUP

Neelands J. (2004) Beginning drama 11-14: David Fulton

Nicholson, H and Kempe, A. (2001) Learning to teach drama London: Continuum

OFSTED 2001 Inspecting post-16 drama and theatre studies: with guidance on self-evaluation. OFSTED

O'Neill, C., & Lambert, A. (1982) Drama Structures Hutchinson

O'Toole, J & Haseman, B (1988) Dramawise: An introduction to GCSE Drama London: Heinemann

O'Toole, J. (1992) The Process of Drama: Negotiating Art and Meaning Routledge

Peters, M. (1994) Drama for all David Fulton

Scher, A. & Verrall C. (1975) 100+ Ideas for Drama Heinemann

Scher, A. & Verrall C. (1987) Another 100+ Ideas for Drama Heinemann

Somers J. (1994) Drama in the Curriculum Cassell

Warren, B. (1995) Creating a Theatre in Your Classroom Captus University Publications

Gender and Equal Opportunities

Arnot, M., & Weiner, G. (1987) Gender and the Politics of Schooling Open University

Cameron, D. (1990) The Feminist Critique of Language: A Reader Routledge

Cherland, M.R. (1994) Private Practices: Girls Reading Fiction and Constructing Identity Taylor and Francis

Datta, Manjula (ed) (2000) Bilinguality and literacy Continuum

Epstein, Deborah et al (1998) Failing Boys? Issues in Gender and Achievement OUP

Eyre, D and Lowe, H (2002) Curriculum provision for the gifted and talented in the secondary school David Fulton

Goodman, L. (ed.) (1996) Literature and Gender Routledge

Gregory, E. (1996) Making Sense of a New World: Learning to read in a second language Paul Chapman Ltd.

Head, J (1999) Understanding the boys: issues of behaviour and achievement. Routledge

Houlton, D. (1983) Supporting Children's Bilingualism Longman

Jackson C (2006) Lads and Ladettes in School: Gender and a Fear of Failure OUP

Levine, J. (1990) Bilingual Learners and the Mainstream Curriculum Falmer

Levine, J. (1996) Margaret Meek (ed.) Developing Pedagogies in Multilingual Classrooms: Selected writings of Josie Levine RKP

McRobbie, A., & Nava, M. (1984) Gender and Generation Macmillan

Millard, E. (1997) Differently Literate Falmer

Minns, H. (1991) Language Literacy and Gender Hodder & Stoughton

Moss, G. (1989) Un/Popular Fictions Virago

Naidoo, B (1992) Through Whose Eyes? Trentham Books

NATE (1990) Klondyke Kate English and Media Centre

NATE (1985) Alice in Genderland NATE

NATE (1992) Multi-Cultural Perspectives in the English Curriculum NATE

Scafe, Suzanna (1989) Teaching Black Literature Virago

Spender D. (2nd ed.) 1985 Man-Made Language RKP

Stones, R. (1983) Pour Out the Cocoa Janet Schools Council/Longman

Styles, M. et al. (1992) After Alice: Exploring Children's Literature Cassell

Zipes, Jack (1987) Don't Bet On The Prince Gower

Collaborative Learning: (focus on EAL)

Information & Communications Technology

Andrews, R (2004) The Impact of ICT on Literacy Education London: RoutledgeFalmer

Barton, G (2000) ICT Activities for Key Stage 3 English. Oxford: Heinemann

Bibby, Bob (1994) The Trojan Horse: exploring texts with IT NATE and NCET

Bourne, R (1995) Differentiation: Taking IT forward NCET

Goodwyn, A. ed (2000) English in the Digital Age: Information and communications technology and the teaching of English London: Cassell

Hayes, D (2006) Making all the flashy stuff work Cambridge Journal of Education, Vol. 36 Number 4, pp. 565-578

Keask, M & Pachler, N (2005) Learning to teach using ICT in the Secondary School London: Routledge

Keith George (1994) Knowledge about Language NATE

Kress, G (2003) Literacy in the New Media Age London: Routledge

Lankshear, C (1997) Changing Literacies. Buckingham: Open University Press

Lynch, Wendy (1991) Planning for Language NCET

Millum, Trevor (1991) The Mouse and the Muse: English and IT in the National Curriculum NATE

Millum, Trevor and Warren, C (2001) Twenty Things to do with a Word Processor Loughborough: Sprint

Minns Hilary (1991) Primary Language NCET

Monteith, M (2004) Teaching Secondary School Literacies with ICT OUP

Moore P, Tweddle S (1992) The Integrated Classroom: Language, Learning and IT Hodder and Stoughton

Moss, J (1998) NATE-SCAA research: The teaching of drama, IT, media and non-literary texts NATE News, Spring 1998, pp. 13-15

NATE (1993) Developing English: Approaches with IT NATE

NATE (1990, 2nd edition) IT’s English. Sheffield: NATE

NATE (2002) Entitlement to ICT in secondary English NATE

NATE ICT Cttee (2008) Sharing, Not Staring Sheffield: NATE

Neelands Jonathan (1993) Drama and IT: exploring the human dimension NATE and NCET

Sealey Alison (1994) Language in Context NATE

Tuman, M. (1992) Word Perfect: Literacy in the computer age. London: Falmer

Walker Sue (1994) Writing and Learning with IT NCET

Language Development and Language Study

Bain, R. (1991) Reflections: Talking About Language Hodder & Stoughton

Bain, R. et al. (1992) Looking into Language: Classroom Approaches to Knowledge About Language Hodder & Stoughton

Bain, E. & R. (1996) The Grammar Book: Finding Patterns - Making Sense NATE

Barnes, D., Britton, J. & Rosen (1986) Language, the Learner and the School Penguin Revised Edition

Barrs, M. et al. (1988) The Primary Language Record Handbook CLPE

Bragg, M (2003) The Adventure of English London: BBC

Britton, J. (1970) Language and Learning Penguin

Brumfit, C. (1995) Language Education in the National Curriculum Blackwell

Carter, R. (ed.) (1990) Knowledge About Language and the Curriculum: LINC Reader Hodder and Stoughton

Carter, R and McCarthy, M (2006) Cambridge Grammar of English CUP

Cook, V (2004) Accomodating Brocolli in the Cemetary or why can’t anybody spell? London: Profile Books

Crystal, D (1995) The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of the English Language Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Crystal, D (2002) The English Language 2nd Ed London: Penguin

Crystal, D. (2003) Rediscover Grammar 3rd Ed Longman

Dunsbee, T. & Ford, T. (1980) Mark My Words WLE/NATE

Department of Education and Science (1975) Bullock Report (A Language for Life) HMSO

Department of Education and Science (1979) Aspects of Secondary Education in England ch 6 Language pp 71-110 HMSO

Department of Education and Science (1988) Report of Committee of Enquiry into the Teaching of English Language, Kingman Report HMSO

Goodman, K. (1986) What's Whole in Whole Language? Scholastic

Gregory, A. & Woolard, N. (eds) (1985) Looking Into Language Diversity in the Classroom Trentham Books

Halliday, M. (1985) Spoken and Written Language Oxford University Press

ILEA Afro-Caribbean Language and Literacy Project in Further and Adult Education (1990) Language and Power London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch

Harris, J. & Wilkinson, J. (eds.) (1990) A Guide to English Language in the National Curriculum Stanley Thornes

Heath, S.B. (1983) Ways With Words CUP

Houlton, D. (1985) All Our Languages Edward Arnold

Hudson, R. (1992) Teaching Grammar Routledge

Jackson, H. & Stockwell, P. (1996) Nature & Functions of Language Stanley Thornes

Lith, D (1997, 2nd, edition) A Social History of English London, Routledge

Littlefair, A. (1991) Reading All Types of Writing Open Up

LINC (1993) Language in the National Curriculum: Materials for professional development

McCrum, R., Cran, W.& MacNeil, R. (1992, Revised edition) The Story of English London: Faber

Mercer, N. (ed) (1981) Language in Schools and Community Edward Arnold

Milroy, L. & Milroy, J. (1991) Authority in Language Routledge

Mittins, B. (1991) Language Awareness for Teachers Open University Press

Perera, K. (1984) Children's Reading and Writing Basil Blackwell

Perera, K. (1987) Understanding Language NATE

Peters, M. (1985) Spelling - Caught or Taught? Routledge

Pinker S The Language Instinct Penguin

Protherough, R. (1989) The Effective Teaching of English Longman

Richmond, J. (1982) The Resources of Classroom Language Arnold

Ricks, J.and Michaels, L. (1990) The State of the Language Faber & Faber

Robertson, J. Language Across the Curriculum. Four Case Studies Schools Council/Methuen

Ross A and Hunt P (2006) Language Knowledge for Secondary Teachers London: David Fulton

Russel, S. (1993) Grammar, Structure, and Style: Apractical guide to A-Level English. Oxford: OUP

Sealey, A. (1996) Learning About Language Open University Press

Seely, John (2006) Grammar for Teachers Tiverton: Oxpecker

Stibbs, A. (1979) Assessing Children's Language Guidelines for Teachers WLE/NATA

Stubbs, M. (1983) Language, Schools and Classrooms Methuen 1983

Stubbs, M. (1988) Educational Linguistics (chap. What Is Standard English?) Blackwell

Tchudi S. (1991) The English Language/Arts Handbook Heinemann

Torbe, M. (ed.) (1980) Language Policies in Action Ward Lock

Truss, L (2003) Eats, Shoots and Leaves London: Profile books

Vygotsky, L. (1962) Mind In Society MIT Press

Vygotsky, L. (1978) Thought and Language Harvard University Press

Wells G & Nichols J (eds.) (1985) Language and Learning: An Interactional Perspective Falmer Press

Wilkinson, A. (1975) Language and Education Oxford

National Oracy Project (1991) Teaching Talking and Learning in Key Stage Two NCC/NOP

Literacy Studies

Barton, D (1994) Literacy Oxford: Blackwell

Beard, R (1993) Teaching Literacy, Balancing perspectives London: Hodder & Stoughton

Christie, F & Misson, R (1998) Literacy and Schooling London: Routledge

Garton, A & Pratt, C (1999) Learning to be Literate Oxford:


Lankshear, C (1997) Changing Literacies. Buckingham: Open University Press

Millard, E (1997) Differently Literate: Boys, Girls and the schooling of literacy London: Falmer Press

Unsworth, L 2001 Teaching Multiliteracies Across the Classroom Buckingham: Open University Press

Wray, D and Lewis, M (1999) Developing Literacy in the Secondary School London: Routledge

Wray, M and Lewis, D. (2000) Literacy in the Secondary School David Fulton


Alvarado, M. & Boyd-Barrett, O. (eds.) (1992) Media education: An Introduction BFI/Open University

Bazalgette, C, (1993) Media Education Hodder & Stoughton

Bazalgette, C, (1996) Mapping Media in the Curriculum: A Guide for Teachers BFI

Branston, G and Stafford, R (1996) The Media Student’s Book London: Routledge

Buckingham, D. (1992) Television Literacy: Talk, text and context. London: Falmer

Buckingham, D. (ed) (1990) Watching Media Learning Falmer Press

Buckingham, D (2003) Media Education: Literacy, Learning and Contemporary Culture London: Polity Press

Davies M (1989) TV is Good for Your Kids Hilary Shipman

English and Media Centre (1991) The English Curriculum: Media 1, Years 7-9. Sheffield; NATE

Grahame, J. (2001) Key Stage 3 Media. Sheffield: NATE

Grahame, J. (ed.) (1991) The English Curriculum: Media English & Media Centre

Hart, Andrew. Hicks, Alun 2002 Teaching media in the English curriculum Stoke-on-Trent. Trentham Books

Hodge, B. and Tripp, D. (1986) Children and Television Polity Press

Learmouth J., & Sayer, M. (1996) A Review of Good Practice in Media Education BFI

Lusted, D. (ed.) (1991) The Media Studies Book: A Guide for Teachers Routledge

Masterman, L. (1985) Teaching the Media Routledge

Masterman, L. (1985) Teaching Media Studies Commedia

OFSTED (2001) Inspecting post-16 media education: with guidance on self-evaluation OFSTED

Willis P., (ed.) (1990) Moving Culture Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

Glossary of key media terms:


Brownjohn, S (1994) To Rhyme or Not to Rhyme London: Hodder and Stoughton

Dymoke, A (2003) Drafting and Assessing Poetry London: Paul Chapman

Fry, S (2005) The Ode Less Travelled London: Hutchinson

Lennard, J (1996) The Poetry Handbook: a guide to reading poetry for pleasure and practical criticism Oxford: Oxford

Yates, C (1999) Jumpstart – Poetry in the Secondary School London: Poetry Society

Reading (and c.f. Children’s Literature, above)

Barrs, M. and Thomas, A. (1991) The Reading Book Centre for Language in Primary Education (CLPE)

Beard, R. (1990) Developing Reading 3 - 13 Hodder & Stoughton

Bearne, E. (ed.) (1995) Greater Expectations: Children Reading, Writing Cassell

Bearne, E and Watson V (eds) (2000) Where Texts and Children Meet London: Routledge

Benton, M. and Fox, G. (1985) Teaching Literature 9-14 Oxford University Press

Carter, Ronald et al (1998) Working with Texts Routledge

Clark, M. (1976) Young Fluent Readers Heinemann

Cliff Hodges G et al (eds) (2000) Tales, Tellers and Texts London: Cassall

Harrison, C. (1980) Readability in the Classroom CUP

Littlefair, A (1991) Reading All Types of Writing Open University Press

Lunzer, E. & Gardner, K. (1984) Learning From the Written Word Oliver & Boyd

McKenzie, M. (1986) Journeys Into Literacy (Handbook Levels 1-4) Schofield & Sims

Meek, M. (1988) How Texts Teach What Readers Learn Thimble Press

Meek, M. (1982) Learning to Read Bodley Head

Meek M, Warlow, A. & Barton, G. (1977) The Cool Web: The Pattern of Children's Reading Bodley Head

Meek, M. (1990) On Being Literate Bodley Head

Millard, Elaine (1994) Developing Readers in the Middle Years OUP

Miller, J. (ed.) (1984) Eccentric Propositions: Essays on Literature and the Curriculum RKP

Minns, H. (1990) Read It To Me, Now! Virago

Moon, C. & Raban, B. (1992) A Question of Reading David Fulton

Moss, E. (1985) Picture Books for Young People 9-13 Thimble Press

Neate, B. (1992) Finding Out About Finding Out: A Practical Guide to Children's Information Books UKRA/Hodder & Stoughton

Oakhill, J. & Garnham, A. (1988) Becoming A Skilled Reader Blackwell

Phinney, M. (1988) Reading with the Troubled Reader Heinemann

Protherough, R. (1983) Developing Response to Fiction Open University Press

Scholes, R (1991) Protocols of Reading Yale University Press

Scholes, R (2001) The Crafty Reader Yale University Press

Smith, F. (1985) Reading CUP

Smith, F. (1988) Joining the Literacy Club Heinemann 1988

Stibbs, A. (1991) Reading Narrative as Literature Open University Press

Stuffold, F (2002) The Child that Books Built London: Faber & Faber

Vincent, D (1993) Literacy and Popular Culture: England 1750 – 1914 Cambridge University Press

Wade, B. (1992) Reading For Real Open University Press

Waterland, L. (1988) Read With Me Thimble Press

Woolf, V (1925 ) The Common Reader – any edition

Zipes, Jack (1987) Don't bet on the Prince (on fairy tales) Gower (Run by Ben Knight – LC Knight’s son. This is a Higher Education site – i.e. not just for ITE – and useful to help develop subject knowledge.)


Boagey, E. (2001) Starting Macbeth Collins (and a series based on other plays by Shakespeare)

DCSF (2008) Shakespeare for all ages and stages Nottingham: DCSF

Gibson, R. (ed.) (1990) Secondary School Shakespeare Cambridge Institute of Education

Gibson, R. (1998) Teaching Shakespeare Cambridge University

Haddon, J (2009) Teaching Reading Shakespeare Routledge

Leach, S. (1992) Shakespeare in the Classroom Open University Press

McEvoy, S (2000) Shakespeare: the basics London: Routledge

Speaking & listening

Barnes D. (1976) From Communication To Curriculum Penguin

Barnes D., Britton J. and Torbe, M. (eds.) (revised 1990) Language, the Learner and the School Penguin

Barnes ,D. & Todd, F. (1977) Communication and Learning in Small Groups R & K P

Howe, A. (1991) Making Talk Work Hodder & Stoughton (in association with NATE)

Howe A. and Johnson, J. (eds.) (1992) Common Bonds: Storytelling in the Classroom Hodder & Stoughton

Jones, P. (1988) Lipservice: The Story of Talk in Schools Open University Press

Maclure M et al (eds.) (1988) Oracy Matters Open Up

Mercer, N (2000) Words and Minds: how we use language to think together London: Routledge

Myhill, D Jones, S and Hopper R (2005) Talking, Listening, Learning: Effective Talk in the Primary Classroom OUP

Norman K. (ed.) (1992) Thinking Voices: The Work of the National Oracy Project Hodder & Stoughton

Tough, J. (1976) Listening to Children Talking Ward Lock

West & Edwards (1988) Talk in the Classroom Falmer

Special Needs

Ashdown, R., Carpenter, B., & Bovair K. (eds.) (1992) The Curriculum Challenge: access to the National Curriculum for pupils with learning difficulties Falmer Press

Farrell, M Foundations of special education: an introduction 1948-. [electronic resource]

Garner, P Special educational needs [electronic resource] : the key concepts

Hanko, G. (1995) Special Needs in Ordinary Classrooms - from staff support to staff development (new edition) David Fulton

Moss, G. (ed.) (1995)The Basics of Special Needs Routledge

Ott, P Teaching children with dyslexia [electronic resource] : a practical guide

 Riddick, B. (1996) Living with Dyslexia Routledge

Wearmouth, J A beginning teacher's guide to special educational needs [electronic resource]


Britton, J. et al. (1975) The Development of Writing Abilities Macmillan

Burgess, T. et al. (1973) Understanding Children Writing Penguin

Burton, A and Peach, L (1995) English as a Creative Art London: David Fulton

D'Arcy, P. (1989) Making Sense, Shaping Meaning Heinemann

Foggin, J. (1992) Real Writing Hodder & Stoughton

Graves, D. (1983) Writing: Teachers and Children at Work Heinemann

Kress, G. (1994) Learning to Write 2nd ed London: Routledge

Martin, N. (1976) Writing & Learning Across the Curriculum WLE/Schools Council

Newman, J. (1984) The Craft of Children's Writing Scholastic

Nicholls, J. et al. (1989) Beginning Writing Open Up

NWP (all titles) (1989) Becoming A Writer Responding To and Assessing Writing Writing and Micros Audiences for Writing Nelson

Protherough, R. (1983) Encouraging Writing Methuen

Raban, B. (ed.) (1985) Practical Ways to Teach Writing Ward Lock

Richmond, J. et al (1986) The English Curriculum: Writing The English Centre

Rosen, M. (1988) Did I Hear You Write ? Andre Deutsch

Sassoon, R. (1990) Handwriting: A New Perspective Stanley Thornes

Sassoon, R. (1983) The Practical Guide to Children's Handwriting Thames and Hudson

Steedman, C. (1982) The Tidy House Virago

Smith, F. (1982) Writing and the Writers Heinemann

Temple C., Nathan R., & Burris, N. (1993) The Beginnings of Writing Allyn & Bacon

Wilkinson, A. (1980) Assessing Children's Writing Oxford

Wilkinson, A. (1986) The Writing of Writing OUP (run by National Literacy Trust)


Bates, I. (1984) Schooling for the Dole Macmillan

Belsey, C. (1980) Critical Practice Methuen

Brown, G. & Wragg, E. (1993) Questioning Routledge

Burton, M. (ed.) (1989) Enjoying Texts Stanley Thornes

Donaldson, M. (1978) Children's Minds Fontana

Eagleton, T. (1983) Literary Theory Oxford University Press

Edwards, D. & Mercer, N. (1987) Common Knowledge Methuen

Moore, A (2004) The Good Teacher – Dominant Discourses in Teaching and Teacher Education Routledge

Robinson, A. et al. (1991) Some Day You Will No All About Me: Young Children's Exploration of the World of Letters Mary Glasgow

Ross, M. (ed.) (1978) The Creative Arts Heinemann

Tizard, B. & Hughes, J. (1984) Young Children Learning Fontana

Wells, G. (1987) The Meaning Makers Hodder & Stoughton


Books for Keeps - a readable magazine with articles and book reviews for all ages

The British Journal of Learning Support - NASEN's scholarly journal

Classsroom – NATE’s main termly publication with many examples of recent classroom-based research – very readable

English - the scholarly journal of The English Association

English, Drama, Media (or ‘EDM’) – also by NATE

English in Education - the educational journal of the National Association for the Teaching of English

English Drama Media - indispensable good practice magazine from NATE

Language and Learning - principally a primary phase magazine

Literacy Today - a magazine on developing literacy, with a focus on dyslexia

NATE News - NATE's own magazine for subscribers

Primary English - The English Association's primary magazine

Reading - the journal of the United Kingdom Reading Association (UKRA)

The School Librarian - the journal of the School Library Association

Special! - NASEN's magazine of good practice

The Use of English - the journal of The English Association

Appendix 1

Organisations and Addresses


British Dyslexia Association 98 London Road, Reading, Berkshire RG1 5AU 01734 668271

Children's Literature Research Centre Roehampton Institute, Roehampton Lane, London SW15 4HT 0181 3923346

English and Media Centre 18 Compton Terrace, London N1 2UN 0171 3598080 (e-mail:; Web:

National Council for Educational Technology (NCET) Millburn Hill Road, Science Park, Coventry CV4 7JJ 01203 416994 (email

National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE) - 50 Broadfield Road, Broadfield Business Centre, Sheffield S8 0XJ 0114 2555419 (e-mail:;

National Association of Special Educational Needs (NASEN) - NASEN House, 4-5 Amber Business Village, Amber Close, Arnington, Tamworth B77 4RP 01827 311500

The Poetry Society 22 Betterton Street, London WC2H 9BU 0171 2404810

United Kingdom Reading Association (UKRA) Warrington Road CP School, Naylor Road, Widnes, Cheshire WA8 0BP 01745 561959

Young Book Trust Book House, 45 East Hill, Wandsworth, London SW18 2QZ 0181 8709055

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