Issue 6, November 2018
Just in time for Summer reading, in the November edition of Nomanis we cover the L3 literacy program, Evidence for Learning's mission to gather evidence on program effectiveness, England's bumpy ride through the world of phonics, what you can do to support boys' literacy, Part 2 of Kerry Hempenstall's history of direct instruction programs, and why we should read hard books to kids.
Editorial: What's the rush?: Kevin Wheldall
What we’ve been reading: Nomanis editorial team
Language, Learning and Literacy (L3): Jennifer Buckingham
Reading hard books to kids: Timothy Shanahan
Climbing the pyramid to get a better view: Matthew Deeble
Q&A with Kate Nation: Kevin Wheldall & Robyn Wheldall
The writing is on the wall for ... writing itself: Steven Schwartz
Finding meaning in a word: Nicola Bell
Six things you can do to support boys' literacy: Dr Margaret Kristin Merga
Part 2: Features of Direct Instruction (DI) programs: Kerry Hempenstall
Nomanis Note: Is the concept of learning styles useful?: Kevin Wheldall & Mark Carter
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