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How to use the Four Resources Model for effective literacy instruction

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Multimodal Literacy: What does it mean for classroom practice?

Multimodal Literacy: What does it mean for classroom practice?

Teaching Reading Using the Four Resources Model

Literacy Professional Learning Resource - Teaching Strategies - AusVELS Levels 5 and 6 - Teaching Reading Using the Four Resources Model: Code Breaking

Making Sense of Literacy: Four Resources

Making Sense of Literacy: Four Resources

Authentic and Critical Literacy Models: Use Within Four Resources

Authentic and Critical Literacy Models: Use Within Four Resources

Using the Four Resource Model to Map Out Plans for a Literacy Lessons

This resource links to a very detailed post explaining how to use the Four Resource Model to map out plans for my literacy lessons.

Literacy Professional Learning Resource: Using the Four Resources Model

Literacy Professional Learning Resource - Teaching Strategies - AusVELS Levels 5 and 6 - Teaching Reading Using the Four Resources Model: Code Breaking

Attitudes to reading: Garfield Reading Survey

Attitudes to reading: Garfield Reading Survey

Cambourne's Conditions For Oral Language Development

Cambourne's Conditions For Oral Language Development

Exploration of what makes literature authentic

Exploration of what makes literature authentic

Key Characteristics of Effective Literacy Teaching P-6

Key Characteristics of Effective Literacy Teaching

Overview of Literacy Learning

Overview of Literacy Learning

Teaching literacy is more than teaching simple reading skills: it can’t be done in five easy steps

If we truly care about all Australian children and young people becoming literate I believe it is vital we understand and define the complexity of literacy.

The power of reading aloud: not just for babies and little children

A recent study on children’s reading found that fewer children are reading for fun. Worse, as children grow up the less they read for fun.

Educating Culturally Responsive Teachers: A Coherent Approach

Educating Culturally Responsive Teachers: A Coherent Approach

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