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Teresa Grainger

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    Teresa Grainger is immediate part-president of the United Kingdom Reading Association, editor of Reading Literacy and Language journal and a lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University College. Kathy Goouch is a lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University College. Andrew Lambirth is a lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University College as well.
    18th June 2004

    Creative Activities for Plot, Character & Setting Ages 9-11

    Get your children out of their seats and talking about stories. * Explore literature through art, drama, puppets a... More

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    18th June 2004

    Creative Activities for Plot, Character & Setting Ages 5-7

    Get your children out of their seats and talking about stories. * Explore literature through art, drama, puppets a... More

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    17th November 2000

    Inclusive Educational Practice

    First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.... More

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    1st February 2005

    Creativity and Writing: Developing Voice and Verve in the Classroom

    This clear yet authoritative book affirms the vital role of creativity in writing and considers and encourages flexibl... More

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    1st November 2003

    Classroom Interactions in Literacy

    This book examines some of the complexities and debates about language, literacy and learning, challenging current assum... More

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    18th June 2004

    Creative Activities for Plot, Character and Setting, Ages 7-9

    Get your children out of their seats and talking about stories. It explores literature through art, drama, puppets and o... More

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    1st November 2003

    Interactions in Language, Literacy and the Classroom

    This book examines some of the complexities and debates about language, literacy and learning, challenging current assum... More

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