How might a stage model of reading development be helpful in the classroom?

Hempenstall, K 2004, 'How might a stage model of reading development be helpful in the classroom?', Educational Psychology, vol. 24, pp. 727-751.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title How might a stage model of reading development be helpful in the classroom?
Author(s) Hempenstall, K
Year 2004
Journal name Educational Psychology
Volume number 24
Start page 727
End page 751
Total pages 24
Publisher Carfax Publishing
Abstract The National Inquiry into the Teaching of Literacy is announcing findings that may directly and significantly influence how the teaching of reading is to occur in Australian schools in future and the changes will be nation-wide, involving a great deal of revised instructional practice. Attention to the stages of reading development highlighted by current research can provide a valuable framework for teachers that enable the interpretation of student reading performance and consequent instruction appropriate to the needs of all students in their care.
Subject Learning Sciences
DOI - identifier 10.1080/0144341042000271737
Copyright notice ©2006 Learning Difficulties Australia
ISSN 0144-3410
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