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Issue 55 - Winter 2004
Letter from Fiona Macdonald, CHAIR of RaPAL
Section 1 Ideas for Teaching
Dyslexia: Threads and Reflections
John Bardbury & Ewa Suchorska
This is my story
Response from Kate Tomlinson
Real World Flash
Open to Possibilities
Linda Eastwood and Liz Dixon
Section 2 Developing Research and Practice
A Day in the Life of a Researcher Practitioner
A Practitioner-Researcher Grouping; Reflections on Process
Valerie Fairclough, Howard Galletly, Elaine Johnson, Ann Lllewellyn, Saj Sajid, Lyn Sedgwick and Margaret Herrington
Section 3 Research and Practice: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives
Literacy(ies), Culture(s), and Development(s): The Ethnographic Challenge
Teaching and learning writing: a review of research and practice.
S. Kelly, L. Soundranayagam, S. Grief. (June 2004) NRDC Report
The RaPAL Conference 2004: Pauline Else
Conference photos: Bonnie Soroke
Graffiti Board and Photos: Yvon Appleby
Issue 54 - Summer 2004 edited by Linda Eastwood and Barbara Hately-Broad:
Pearman, Jenny. ESoL Learners and The National Certificates in Literacy and Numeracy. ESOL Pathfinders and Move On Developments.
Loh, Panni Poh Yoke. Creative Respect for Learners, People of diverse cultures and the earth.
Craig, Barbara Motivations for Literacy in the Information Age: Report on an Adult Literacy Internet-based Home Training Project in Multi-ethnic Communities in New Zealand.
Ward, Angela and others. Hope and Opportunity: A case study of adult learners in a small Canadian Town.
Issue 53 - Summer 2004
Summerfield S. Through the Maze of Strife: A Personal Case History of Dyslexia
Burrows, R. Where Have All the Young Men Gone?
Barwell, R. Numeracy,Literacy and Mathematics
Heath, K. Assessment in Adult Literacy: The Origins of My Research Interest
Gardener, S. Practitioner Research at the NRDC
Ade-Ojo, G.O. The New National ESOL Curriculum: Is It Determined by Convention?
Reviews from Eve Jenkins, Gwynneth Shiers, Tracey Warr and Yvon Appleby
Issue 52 - Spring 2004
Hately- Broad, B. ESOL Through Sport
Herrington, M. Literacy on the Beach: Writing on the Sand
Tout, D. Time for a Great Numeracy Debate
Pahl, K. Research on Community Focused Provisionin Adult Literacy,Numeracy and ESOL: Vision in Action
Kerr, H. Consciousness and the Teaching of Literacy: A Teacher’s Preliminary Thoughts
Eastwood, L., Alison Gorf and Chris Ormondroyd Eve Sitting in the Bath - Creativity in Teaching and Learning
Reviews by Mary Hamilton and Maxine Burton
Issue 51 - Summer 2003 Occasional Paper
Frank, F. & Elenita Rodrigues “ We are the governor’s dogs’: Students’ voices and policy-making. Developing a new framework for literacy practitioners in empowering learners to engage with workplace change.
Herrington, M. Research with the RAPAL Network: Members’ Views on Useful References for Professional Development. NRDC Project.