Bartlett, Brendan

Improving Reading and Reading Engagement in the 21st Century

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Table of contents

Part I. Context

1. Improving Reading and Reading Engagement: An International Focus
Clarence Ng, Brendan Bartlett

2. Engaging Readers in the Twenty-First Century: What We Know and Need to Know More
Clarence Ng, Steve Graham

Part II. New Literacies and Critical Reading

3. Advancing Reading Engagement and Achievement through Personal Digital Inquiry, Critical Literacy, and Skilful Argumentation
Julie Coiro

4. Key Issues in Research on Students’ Critical Reading and Learning in the 21st Century Information Society
Ivar Bråten, Jason L. G. Braasch

5. Image–Language Interaction in Text Comprehension: Reading Reality and National Reading Tests
Len Unsworth

6. Reading the Future: The Contribution of Literacy Studies to Debates on Reading and Reading Engagement for Primary-Aged Children
Cathy Burnett

Part III. Reading Motivation and Strategy Instruction

7. Engaging Students in the “Joy of Reading” Programme in Finland
Annette Ukkola, Riitta-Liisa Korkeamäki

8. Reading Motivation and Strategy Use of Hong Kong Students: The Role of Reading Instruction in Chinese Language Classes
Kit-ling Lau

9. ‘Reading Was like My Nightmare but Now It’s My Thing’: A Narrative of Growth and Change of an Australian Indigenous Student
Gina Blackberry, Clarence Ng

10. Engaging Children in Reading Activity through Collaboration in a Japanese Elementary School: An Activity-Theoretical Case Study
Katsuhiro Yamazumi

11. The Potential for Better Outcomes of Looking at What Our Language Tells Us about What We Do When We Read
Brendan Bartlett

Part IV. Partnership and Intervention

12. Generating Data, Generating Knowledge: Professional Identity and the Strathclyde Literacy Clinic
Sue Ellis, Jane Thomson, Jenny Carey

13. Transforming Literacy Outcomes in High-Poverty Schools: An Evidence-Based Approach
Eithne Kennedy

14. A University-School Partnership Teacher-Teaching-Teacher Intervention Model To Promote Reading in Hong Kong: Issues and Challenges
Barley Mak

15. Reading and Writing Connections: How Writing Can Build Better Readers (and Vice Versa)
Steve Graham, Karen R. Harris

Keywords: Education, Literacy, Learning & Instruction, Teaching and Teacher Education, Language Teaching

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