The use of evidence in reporting on reading

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Quick, Joanne. (2013). The use of evidence in reporting on reading. Literacy Forum NZ. 28(2), pp. 22-30.
AuthorsQuick, Joanne
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[Extract] This study... investigated how teachers of junior, middle, and senior students made their OTJs in reading; using self-reported data from questionnaires and focus group interviews. The purpose was to learn about teachers' strengths and further needs in this area so that I could deliver more effective reading interventions in classes.

Year2013
JournalLiteracy Forum NZ
Journal citation28 (2), pp. 22-30
PublisherNew Zealand Literacy Association
ISSN2324-3643
Page range22-30
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