Rose Jim (2006). Independant review of the teaching of early reading. London : Department for education and skills (DfES). En ligne : <http://www.standards.df ... v.uk/phonics/report.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: Rose2006
Keywords: lecture, pratique pĂ©dagogique, Royaume-Uni
Publisher: Department for education and skills (DfES) (London)
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This document provides guidance on the key recommendations from the Independent review of the teaching of early reading and implications for teaching early reading. The overview reflects the fundamental recommendation from Jim Rose that high-quality phonic work, as defined in the report, should be the prime approach used for teaching children to read and spell words. This reflects the learning objectives for word recognition in the renewed Framework. The overview document makes clear that phonic work should be taught discretely as part of a broad and rich curriculum that develops the four strands of language: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
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