Reading by Right : Successful Strategies to Ensure Every Child Can Read to Succeed.

This book focuses on the importance of reading for pleasure and the difference that it can make to a person's life chances, with a focus upon how libraries and librarians help reluctant and struggling readers.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Court, Joy.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : Facet Publishing, 2017.
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Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Title page; Contents; List of figures, boxes, case studies andappendices; Foreword by Chris Riddell; Contributors; Introduction; CHAPTER 1. Supporting every child to read
  • Alexandra Strick and Wendy Cooling; CHAPTER 2. Listening to their voices: what research tells us about readers
  • Teri S. Lesesne; CHAPTER 3. Becoming a reluctant reader
  • Prue Goodwin; CHAPTER 4. Reading Club: a case study from Finland
  • Mervi Heikkilä and Sara Tuisku; CHAPTER 5. Trained reading helpers: Beanstalk's magic ingredient
  • Ginny Lunn and Hilary Mason.
  • CHAPTER 6. Let all children experience the joy of reading: promoting children's reading in Korea
  • Yeojoo LimCHAPTER 7. Reflecting readers: ensuring that no one is excluded
  • Jake Hope; CHAPTER 8. Pulling in reluctant readers: strategies for school librarians
  • Alison Brumwell; CHAPTER 9. Not just for the avid reader: inclusive Carnegie and Kate Greenaway shadowing
  • Amy McKay and Joy Court; CHAPTER 10. Listen up! How audiobooks support literacy
  • Rose Brock; CHAPTER 11. Reading the future
  • Jake Hope; Index.