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Why Jaydon can't read: the triumph of ideology over evidence in teaching reading

A lively discussion of the entrenched rate of illiteracy among Australian children which identifies a failure in the institutions teaching reading educators to accept evidence-based science on the effective teaching of reading which has five main components: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension..
Author(s): Buckingham, J., Wheldall, K., and Beaman-Wheldall

References

Buckingham, J., Wheldall, K., and Beaman-Wheldall, R. 2013. Why Jaydon can't read: the triumph of ideology over evidence in teaching reading. Policy, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 21-32


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