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Results 1-10 of 87 for reluctant readers.

  1. Demystifying the Reluctant Reader
    This article supplements our 2008 report on the Self-Perceptions of Young People as Readers and focuses on the so-called "reluctant" reader.
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  2. How to motivate reluctant readers - Teachers TV
    Teachers TV has a new video online as part of its Action! series. This series enables teachers to make videos of their work, for broadcast on TTV and discussion by a panel of experts.Teacher video: foundation reading: Heather Ravenhall presents her inspir
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  3. Help inspire reluctant readers by recommending books online
    Lovereading4schools and the National Literacy Trust are working together to develop book lists for reluctant readers.
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  4. How to engage reluctant readers at secondary school
    Our Deputy Director Abigail Moss explores ways to engage older pupils in reading and highlights the importance of reading for enjoyment.
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  5. Premier League Reading Stars introduces reluctant readers at Kensington Aldridge Academy to new reading opportunities
    The reading habits of students who participated in PLRS changed noticeably during the 10 week programme, with more students visiting the library to borrow books.
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  6. Skills Academy launched to inspire reluctant readers through freestyle football
    Participating secondary schools could win a visit from a football freestyler and an author.
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  7. Skills Academy launched to inspire reluctant readers through freestyle football
    The National Literacy Trust launches Skills Academy, which uses the exciting world of freestyle football to improve the core reading and comprehension skills of Year 7 and 8 pupils.
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  8. Love Rugby: Love Reading
    A high-quality downloadable toolkit for practitioners, which uses the excitement of the Rugby World Cup to promote reading to young people.
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  9. Resource - Reading for pleasure survey for KS1 children
    This survey can be used to find out what KS1 pupils think about reading for pleasure.
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  10. Resource - Self-perception as a reader survey
    This survey can be used to find out about your pupils' self-perception of readers, reading and reading materials. This survey was used in the NLT research: Young people's self-perceptions as readers (2007).
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