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(2005). Teaching Children to Read. House of Commons, The Education and Skills Committee. En ligne : <http://www.publications ... ct/cmeduski/121/121.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Government Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: anon2005.3440
Categories: General
Keywords: apprentissage, lecture, Royaume-Uni
Publisher: House of Commons
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URLs     http://www.publica ... eduski/121/121.pdf
"The ability to read is the key to educational achievement. Without a basic foundation in literacy, children cannot gain access to a rich and diverse curriculum. Poor literacy limits opportunities not only at school, but throughout life, both economically and in terms of a wider enjoyment and appreciation of the written word. This inquiry was motivated by the Committee’s firm belief that all children should get the best teaching possible in this crucial area.This inquiry has focused specifically on the methods used in schools to teach children to read. The acquisition of reading is an extremely complex subject, which is influenced by factors outside a school’s control, such as socio-economic background, neurological development, the language of instruction and the experiences and stimuli a child encounters at a very early age, as well as many others. These factors deserve a thorough treatment which has not been possible in the limited time available to us. However, teaching methods have a significant impact on a child’s chances of becoming a fluent reader.
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