1.Literacy in the Modern World2.Oral Language Gordon Winch and Marcelle HollidayPART 1: READING3.A Balanced View of Reading Gordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday with Andrew Eyers4.Towards a Model of ReadingMarcelle Holliday and Gordon Winch with Jann Carroll5.Word Recognition: Phonics, Phonemes and Phonemic AwarenessGordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday6.Comprehension: The Meaning of TextGordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday with Andrew Eyers7.The Reader and the TextGordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday with Andrew Eyers8.Assessment in ReadingGordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday9.The Effective Teaching of ReadingGordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday with Jann Carroll10.Learning to Read: The Child before SchoolGordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday with Maria Nicholas11.Learning to Read: The Early School YearsGordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday with Jann Carroll12.Learning to Read: The Primary School YearsGordon Winch and Marcelle Holliday with Andrew Eyers13.Managing the Literacy Classroom Gordon Winch and Marcelle HollidayPART 2: WRITING14.The Role of WritingLesley Ljungdahl and Paul March with Andrew Eyers15.The Importance of Writing in Our SocietyLesley Ljungdahl and Paul March with Andrew Eyers16.The Writing Developmental ContinuumLesley Ljungdahl and Paul March with Jill Colton17. GrammarLesley Ljungdahl 18. PunctuationLesley Ljungdahl 19.Spelling Lesley Ljungdahl 20.Handwriting Lesley Ljungdahl with Jill Colton21.Assessment of Writing Lesley Ljungdahl 22.Multiliteracies and Technology Lesley Ljungdahl with Jann Carroll23.Teaching Writing in the ClassroomLesley Ljungdahl and Paul MarchPART 3: LITERATURE24.Literature and the CurriculumRosemary Ross Johnston25.Starting Out: Introducing the Book Rosemary Ross Johnston26.Early Childhood Literature and Engaged Play Rosemary Ross Johnston27.Increasingly Informed and Literary Ways Rosemary Ross Johnston28.Picturebooks and Poetry: Visual and Verbal Arts Rosemary Ross Johnston29.Visual Literacy: Reading the World of Signs Rosemary Ross Johnston30.Developing Critical and Cultural Literacy with FairytalesRosemary Ross Johnston31.Stories: A Rich Resource for EAL/D and Indigenous Students Rosemary Ross Johnston32.Cross Curriculum Priorities: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture, and Asia Rosemary Ross Johnston33.Cross Curriculum Priority: Sustainability and the Environment Rosemary Ross Johnston34.Literature Across the Curriculum: General Capabilities Rosemary Ross Johnston35.Literature Matters! Deep Literacy and a Nation of ReadersRosemary Ross Johnston
Professor Rosemary Johnston AM (Professor of Education and Culture) has held management positions at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and is Founding Director of the International Centre for Youth Futures. Paul March is currently an educational consultant and has been an Associate of the International Centre for Youth Cultures, UTS. Dr March has been lecturing at UTS in primary English curriculum studies (including reading, writing, and children's literature), child drama, and communication studies. Lesley Ljungdahl was the Coordinator of the Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). She taught English literacy and literature subjects in both the primary and the secondary school programs at UTS. Marcelle Holliday taught for eighteen years in primary and demonstration schools in New South Wales and South Australia before working on the assessment of reading with the Australian Cooperative Assessment Project. Marcelle currently works as an education consultant and writer.