L1 - Educational Studies in Languages and Literature
Index
(meta)cognitive activities What observational learning in writing courses entails: A multiple case study
(meta)cognitive learning strategies Effects of observational learning on studying text. Effects of Observational Learning on Students’ Use of and Attitude towards Reading and Learning Strategies
aboriginal “Coming to Know”: Weaving Aboriginal and Western science knowledge, language, and literacy into the science classroom
abstract book Literacy and Teaching Writing in a Multilingual Environment
academic discipline and school subject Do Teachers Need Instructional Analogies to Teach Mother-Tongue (L1)? – Teachers’ Perceptions and Representations of Difficult Topics in Mother-Tongue Education
academic english The role of teachers in the academic English literacy acquisition experiences of deaf college students.
academic language Stimulating students’ academic language. Opportunities in instructional methods in elementary school mathematics
Teaching science to French-speaking students in English Canada using an instructional congruence model involving discourse-enabling strategies
academic success Topics in the education of d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. Introduction to Special Issue on d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing students
academic writing On Academic Writing in Latin America (The Cases of Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela)
academic written discourse The academic writing of teacher candidates: Connecting speaking and writing
access to literacy Spelling acquisition in Polish language
accountability Second tier professionals: English teachers in England.
acquisition The dynamics of written language acquisition
action research Dep(ict)ions: Pre-service English teachers engage with ICTs
Research and innovation in the Teaching of Literature in Australian Secondary Schools: the Last Thirty Years
Spanish language, cultural knowledge and teachers’ professional development in an English-only environment
Teachers as action researchers: Towards a model of induction
Teachers Constructing Knowledge on Mother Tongue Education
The knowledge base for mother-tongue education focused on context in upper secondary school
activity systems Activity systems as cultural, cognitive and linguistic contexts for improving reading and writing practices in rural school
adolescent literary criticism Adolescent reading and the reproduction of literary judgement: what adolescent book reviews of self-selected texts reveal
adolescent reading Adolescent reading and the reproduction of literary judgement: what adolescent book reviews of self-selected texts reveal
adolescent students Peer response and students' revisions of their narrative writing
adolescents The impact of literature education on students' perceptions of self and others: Exploring personal and social learning experiences in relation to teacher approach
agonism Recognising debate types within the classroom – an expansion of prevailing conceptual divisions
alphabetic code An understanding of the literacy levels of students, who are deaf/hard-of-hearing in the United States, China, and South Korea.
alphabetic skills Reading and spelling acquisition in Polish: Educational and linguistic determinants
alphabetical principle The dynamics of written language acquisition
analogies Do Teachers Need Instructional Analogies to Teach Mother-Tongue (L1)? – Teachers’ Perceptions and Representations of Difficult Topics in Mother-Tongue Education
analytic scoring Assessment of writing ability in secondary education: comparison of analytic and holistic scoring systems for use in large-scale assessments
analytical tool Recognising debate types within the classroom – an expansion of prevailing conceptual divisions
annotated Empirical studies on verbal interaction and literary understanding. An annotated list of references.
appraisal Shaping Meanings through Genre: An Analysis of a Personal Experience Narrative in a Graduate Course
arab Student teachers as readers: Towards a change in teacher education
argument False Friends and true: An annotated cross-cultural glossary of Terms
argumentation Reading, annotation and production of an argumentative text written by higher education students in a blended-learning situation
argumentation ability The Reflection-Response in Enhancing Argumentation Ability
argumentative texts Writing Hypertexts: Proposed effects on writing processes and knowledge acquisition
argumentative writing Hypertext writing versus linear writing: Effects on pause locations and production activities and its relation with text quality
Scaffolding the argumentative writing via human rights teaching in the Greek elementary school
What observational learning in writing courses entails: A multiple case study
argumentative writing and reading Observation of reading and writing activities: Effects on learning and transfer
asl thinkpad Using ASL and print-based sign to build fluency and greater independence with written English among deaf students.
assessment L1 Communicative-textual competence of Greek upper elementary school students
Trends in American research on college composition, 1960-2005.
Validation of the Oral Interaction Strategy Scale for speakers of Chinese as the first language in elementary schools
Writing education and assessment in Norway: Towards shared understanding, shared language and shared responsibility
Writing, Assessment, and the Authority of the Disciplines
associative thinking Spinning a Tale: Intertextuality and Intertextual Aptitude
attention Literacy, technology, and the economics of attention
attitudes Literary Response and Attitude Toward Reading Fiction
authentic language learning Teaching heritage German and Russian through authentic material in Jyväskylä, Finland – a multiple case study design
author's voice Literate texts, articulating selves: Qualities of author's presence. Writing-out loud: Creating author's presence in literate texts
autobiography Understanding the educational landscape through the school novel
automaticity What are skills? Some fundamental reflections
autonomy Second tier professionals: English teachers in England.
awakening to languages and cultures Policy in practice: Primary school English teachers learning about plurilingual and intercultural education
awareness Poetry reading and writing: enhancing Literacy in less proficient readers of five to eight years
What are skills? Some fundamental reflections
awareness of written language The first schoolbook – the tool of reproducing culture by the child or the tool of child's participation in culture?
behaviourism What are skills? Some fundamental reflections
benefits of concept-context rich education Teachers’ interpretations of the concept-context approach for L1 education.
benefits of self-selected and self-guided reading Adolescent reading and the reproduction of literary judgement: what adolescent book reviews of self-selected texts reveal
bildung Competing disciplinarities in curricular L1. A Norwegian case
Voice and narrative in L1 Writing
Writing in the literacy era: Scandinavian teachers’ notions of writing in mother tongue education
bildungsroman Understanding the educational landscape through the school novel
bilingual and intercultural education Learning to read and write in bilingual contexts. A study and implementation program with indigenous Qom communities in Argentina
bilingual education "You don't need to know the Turkish word". Immigrant minority language teaching policies and practice in the Netherlands
One nation, eleven languages: Improving literacy and numeracy in South Africa through mother-tongue education
Using Sign Language to teach written language: an analysis of the strategies used by teachers of deaf children in a bilingual context.
bilingual intercultural education Invented orthography. The role of Maya speaking children in bilingual elementary education.
blog Developing Writing Skills Through the Use of Blogs
blogging The assignment transformed: Building a disciplinary affinity space in student blogs
book reading A Short Term Longitudinal Study Of Classroom Book Reading In Greek Kindergarten Schools
boys' literacy Literacy, technology, and the economics of attention
cartoons for children Kind and unkind communicative behaviour of cartoon characters as a source of language competence for young children
case study 'Reading it my way': Responding to literature in a conflicted multicultural setting—the role of language
Exploring the intertextualities in a grade 7 student’s graphic narrative
catalyst Catalyst leading experienced primary teachers to change ways they teach reading
category ambiguity Exploring syntactic structures in first-language education: effects on literacy-related achievements
centrifugal Tensioning interpretive authority during dialogic discussions of literature
centripetal Tensioning interpretive authority during dialogic discussions of literature
change Professional learning and change: The experience of literature teacher educators
changing practice Student teachers as readers: Towards a change in teacher education
chantal mouffe Recognising debate types within the classroom – an expansion of prevailing conceptual divisions
character writing The graphabet and bujian approach at acquiring Hanzi (Chinese character) writing skill
cheating Lie detecting as a step towards critical literacy
children Development of Spelling Skills in Children with and without Learning Disabilities
children's literature Exploring the narrative art of David Wiesner: using a grammar of visual design and learning experiences on the world wide web.
Our Lady of Guadalupe at school: picture books, preservice teachers, and the discourse of religious (il)literacy
children’s acquisition of written language Invented orthography. The role of Maya speaking children in bilingual elementary education.
children’s language Relations between the children's spatial thinking and their linguistic and communicative skills
children’s literature Practical experience of teaching/learning the written French language from children’s literature at elementary school.
Read-alouds in kindergarten classrooms and the nature of literary understanding.
chinese The transition from English to Mother-tongue Chinese as medium of instruction. Issues and problems as seen by Hong Kong teachers.
chinese as a first language Validation of the Oral Interaction Strategy Scale for speakers of Chinese as the first language in elementary schools
chinese character The graphabet and bujian approach at acquiring Hanzi (Chinese character) writing skill
chinese character learning Structural awareness, variation theory and ICT support
chinese language Literature learning and task design in Hong Kong Chinese language text-books
chinese language teaching Concerns of secondary school teachers about reforming Chinese language instruction with the use of a Comprehension Process Model of reading in Hong Kong
class participation Participation in literature and content subject classes: Culture, ethnicity and social space(s)
classroom Recognising debate types within the classroom – an expansion of prevailing conceptual divisions
classroom activities Learning about science through writing
classroom discourse Exploring the horizon of the literature classroom: Reader response, reception theories and classroom discourse
Exuberant, voiceless participation: an unintended consequence of dialogic sensibilities?
classroom interaction "You don't need to know the Turkish word". Immigrant minority language teaching policies and practice in the Netherlands
High quality interaction in the classroom. A focus for professional learning.
Navigating between disorder and control: Challenges and choices when teaching reading strategies in the L1 classroom
classroom talk Connecting 'Man in the Mirror': Kindling a classroom dialogic teaching and learning trajectory
classroom teacher Using Trend Line Data to Plan and Evaluate Literacy Instruction
cmc From recreation to reflection: Digital conversations in educational contexts
code switching Language, culture, ontological assumptions, epistemological beliefs, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events: Southern African perspective
coding system Understanding metaphors in poetic texts: towards a determination of interpretative operations in secondary school students’ engagement with imagery
cognitive border crossing Language, culture, ontological assumptions, epistemological beliefs, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events: Southern African perspective
cognitive knowledge Spanish language, cultural knowledge and teachers’ professional development in an English-only environment
cognitive linguistic activities Linguistic and plurilingual & intercultural competence in mathematics teaching and learning
cognitive linguistics ‘School? You go because you have to’. The linguistic worldview of ‘school’ in Polish and American teen Internet discourse
cognitive processes Invented orthography. The role of Maya speaking children in bilingual elementary education.
cognitive psychology What are skills? Some fundamental reflections
collaboration modes Co-elaboration of meaning in peer-led literature circles in secondary school.The interplay between reading modes, quality of talk, and collaboration modes.
collaborative action research Teachers of mother-tongue education in action. Teachers designing concept-context-enriched education in an action-research setting.
collaborative learning Co-constructing writing contexts in classrooms: Scaffolding, collaboration, and asymmetries of knowledge
Co-constructing writing contexts in classrooms: Scaffolding, collaboration, and asymmetries of knowledge
From recreation to reflection: Digital conversations in educational contexts
collaborative writing Reformulation: a means of constructing knowledge in shared writing
collateral learning culture Language, culture, ontological assumptions, epistemological beliefs, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events: Southern African perspective
college composition Research in writing, postsecondary education, 1984-2003
college composition and rhetoric The academic writing of teacher candidates: Connecting speaking and writing
college instructors The role of teachers in the academic English literacy acquisition experiences of deaf college students.
college retention Learning behaviors related to deaf students’ success in College
collegial discussions Writing education and assessment in Norway: Towards shared understanding, shared language and shared responsibility
comic books Visual aspects of written texts: Preschoolers view comics
common core state standards for english language arts The Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts in the United States and teaching English language learners: Focus on writing
common ground E-credibility: Building common grounds in web environments
commonwealth of dominica Dialect interference in the writing of primairy school children in the commonwealth of Dominica
communication strategies Beware of the optimism of the Internet Age: In response to Rupert Wegerif’s 'Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age'
communicative approach Mother-Tongue education in Slovenia
communicative behaviour Kind and unkind communicative behaviour of cartoon characters as a source of language competence for young children
communicative competence Kind and unkind communicative behaviour of cartoon characters as a source of language competence for young children
communicative methods European Identities in Mother Tongue Education
communicative-textual competence L1 Communicative-textual competence of Greek upper elementary school students
communities Signs of construction of a professional learning community in language education: A case study
communities of learners Instructional theory of Language Lessons
comparative analysis The construction of ideal reader in German and Finnish text-books for literacy education
comparative research The literature classroom: Spaces for dialogue.
comparative study Creative Writing - zu den kulturellen Hintergründen und zum literaturwissenschaftlichen und institutionellen Kontext
Interpreting writing of children with intellectual disabilities: A comparative study
comparison Competing disciplinarities in curricular L1. A Norwegian case
competence Predicting and explaining teachers’ documentation practices for students’ reading and writing difficulties
competence model Beyond Functional Aspects of Reading Literacy: Theoretical Structure and Empirical Validity of Literary Literacy
competence-based learning Personal interests as incentive fo professional writing. Towards a writing pedagogy for Dutch universities of applied sciences
competences Literacy competences in cultural diverse classrooms: experiences of teachers
composition Personal interests as incentive fo professional writing. Towards a writing pedagogy for Dutch universities of applied sciences
The structure of writing processes as revealed by secondary task demands
comprehension A randomized control trial of Shared Evaluation Pedagogy: The near-term and long-term impact of dialogically organized reading instruction
Cultural and linguistic context and didactic cognition of youth literature
Developmental patterns of relationships between inhibitory control and reading skill in early-school children
The use of complex reading materials in first grade
comprehension process model Concerns of secondary school teachers about reforming Chinese language instruction with the use of a Comprehension Process Model of reading in Hong Kong
comprehension strategies Questioning the Author in a Scandinavian context
computer Integrating Technology Into Mother-Tongue Education: Examples from Hebrew
computer game-based intervention Developmental changes of early reading skills in six-year-old Polish children and GraphoGame as a computer-based intervention to support them
computer games Writing, digital culture and English curriculum
‘Writing’ computer games: Game literacy and new-old narratives
computer mediated discourse ‘School? You go because you have to’. The linguistic worldview of ‘school’ in Polish and American teen Internet discourse
computer-assisted language learning Structural awareness, variation theory and ICT support
concept building Learning about science through writing
concept-context rich education Teachers’ interpretations of the concept-context approach for L1 education.
concept-context-enriched mother-tongue education Teachers of mother-tongue education in action. Teachers designing concept-context-enriched education in an action-research setting.
conceptual change Professional learning and change: The experience of literature teacher educators
conceptualisations Literacy practises in kindergartens and conceptualisations about written language among Portuguese preschool children
conference abstracts IAIMTE Conference 2015 Odense Conference publication. 10th IAIMTE conference 2015: Languages, Literatures, and Literacies, 3-5 June, 2015
confirmatory factor analysis Validation of the Oral Interaction Strategy Scale for speakers of Chinese as the first language in elementary schools
connectionism The dynamics of written language acquisition
Written language skills and the notion of 'lexicon'
construction tools Students' note-taking as a knowledge construction
constructions of english Constructing English in New Zealand: A report on a decade of reform
constructivism Coming closer to literature: Learning and instruction in a constructivist spirit.
constructivist learning Planet Isis: the Gender Specific Reception of a Youth Book
content standards The Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts in the United States and teaching English language learners: Focus on writing
content subject classes Participation in literature and content subject classes: Culture, ethnicity and social space(s)
context-rich education The knowledge base for mother-tongue education focused on context in upper secondary school
contingent instruction The Reflection-Response in Enhancing Argumentation Ability
conversation analysis Navigating between disorder and control: Challenges and choices when teaching reading strategies in the L1 classroom
cooperative situation The Impact of a Cooperative Approximate Spelling Situation in a Kindergarten Setting
core curriculum Mother-Tongue teaching in Poland: The dynamics of change
corridos Spanish language, cultural knowledge and teachers’ professional development in an English-only environment
counterpublic Dialogic teaching and multilingual counterpublics
creative drama, teacher education Developing literacy at the beginning of secondary school through mythical tales and acting
creative writing Creative Writing - zu den kulturellen Hintergründen und zum literaturwissenschaftlichen und institutionellen Kontext
How do secondary school students write poetry? How creative writing processes relate to final products.
Rhetorical Modes at Play: an exercise in literary and creative writing re-search practice explored.
Using video dubbing activities in primary Chinese classroom for creative writing, a case study of students with multilingual background
creativity How do secondary school students write poetry? How creative writing processes relate to final products.
creativity and its development Using the Concept of Genre in a Writing Workshop: Description of a Learning Environment
credibility E-credibility: Building common grounds in web environments
creole Dialect interference in the writing of primairy school children in the commonwealth of Dominica
criteria for effective writing Subjectivity and intersubjectivity in the teaching and learning of writing
critical discourse analysis Lie detecting as a step towards critical literacy
critical language awareness Mediating generational shift in secondary English teaching in Australia: The case study of 'BUILT'.
critical literacy Beware of the optimism of the Internet Age: In response to Rupert Wegerif’s 'Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age'
Literacy in the greek educational context: the aspects of Literacy promoted by the Language Curriculum of the Junior High School
Mother-Tongue teaching in Australia: The case of New South Wales
critical period effects Cognitive differences in second language learners and the critical period effects
critical reading Reading around the text: On the diversity of reading practices in the new popular literary culture
critical theory Lie detecting as a step towards critical literacy
cultural and literary education Mother-Tongue teaching in Poland: The dynamics of change
cultural border crossing Language, culture, ontological assumptions, epistemological beliefs, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events: Southern African perspective
cultural capital The digital divide: Differences in computer use between home and school in low socio-economic households
cultural content The first schoolbook – the tool of reproducing culture by the child or the tool of child's participation in culture?
cultural context Multicultural contexts and comprehension of youth literary texts.
cultural differences Student teachers as readers: Towards a change in teacher education
cultural practices Teenagers and young adults: Putting Reading in its Place.
culturally authentic material Teaching heritage German and Russian through authentic material in Jyväskylä, Finland – a multiple case study design
culture Practical experience of teaching/learning the written French language from children’s literature at elementary school.
Science learning in the contexts of culture and language practices: Taiwanese perspective
“Coming to Know”: Weaving Aboriginal and Western science knowledge, language, and literacy into the science classroom
curricula Mother-Tongue education in Slovenia
The didactic conditions of emergent literacy: A comparative study of curricula and teaching tools in France and Quebec
curriculum Competing disciplinarities in curricular L1. A Norwegian case
Curriculum and language in Aotearoa New Zealand: From science to Putaiao
English as Mother tongue in Australia.
Mother-Tongue teaching in Australia: The case of New South Wales
On Academic Writing in Latin America (The Cases of Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela)
Reading comprehension in primary school: textbooks, curriculum, and assessment
Starting points. Paradigms in Mother tongue Education.
The Portuguese language area in secondary education curriculum: Contemporary processes of reconfiguration.
The teaching of literature at the crossroads: Means or goal?
curriculum change The contested introduction of linguistics in the Dutch exam; A historical curriculum study on the relationship between school subjects and academic disciplines
The paradigms of Romanian language and literature curricula in the second half of the 19th century and the 20th century
curriculum comparison Is Europe open to a student-oriented framework for literature? A comparative analysis of the formal literature curriculum in six European countries.
curriculum development Mother-Tongue education (L1) in the learning to learn paradigm: Creative redevelopment of learning materials
curriculum frameworks English as Mother tongue in Australia.
curriculum history Starting points. Paradigms in Mother tongue Education.
curriculum paradigm Starting points. Paradigms in Mother tongue Education.
curriculum reform Constructing English in New Zealand: A report on a decade of reform
English teaching in New Zealand: In the frame and outside the square.
cyprus An examination of the history of deaf education in Greece and in Cyprus: Determining factors for its development.
The comparison of written language abilities between Cypriot oral deaf and hearing children.
cyprus secondary education Turkish Cypriot literature course in emerging cultural and educational policies
deaf An understanding of the literacy levels of students, who are deaf/hard-of-hearing in the United States, China, and South Korea.
Topics in the education of d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. Introduction to Special Issue on d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing students
deaf college students The role of teachers in the academic English literacy acquisition experiences of deaf college students.
deaf education An examination of the history of deaf education in Greece and in Cyprus: Determining factors for its development.
deaf readers, reading comprehension, easy-to-read texts, authentic texts Deaf adults and comprehension of expository texts
deaf students Learning behaviors related to deaf students’ success in College
Using Sign Language to teach written language: an analysis of the strategies used by teachers of deaf children in a bilingual context.
deaf, deafness It Boggles My Mind: Using Games to teach Students who are Deaf
decoding Developmental patterns of relationships between inhibitory control and reading skill in early-school children
defamiliarization Applied stylistic approaches to the teaching of literary texts
deprofessionalisation English teaching in New Zealand: In the frame and outside the square.
descriptive texts On the development of textual competence in primary education
design parameters The Observation-Participation model for L1-lessons
design study Instructional theory of Language Lessons
development Integrating Technology Into Mother-Tongue Education: Examples from Hebrew
development of spelling skills Development of spelling skills in grade 4: Effects of an integrated and differentiated pedagogical approach
development of teachers European Identities in Mother Tongue Education
developmental stage A study of invented spelling and developing orthographic concepts in Japanese
dialect interference Dialect interference in the writing of primairy school children in the commonwealth of Dominica
dialogic Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age
Spanish language, cultural knowledge and teachers’ professional development in an English-only environment
dialogic education Dialogic Literacy: contexts, competences and dispositions
dialogic inquiry Inquiry-based professional learning of English-literature teachers: Negotiating dialogic potential
dialogic literacy Dialogic Literacy: contexts, competences and dispositions
dialogic pedagogy Exuberant, voiceless participation: an unintended consequence of dialogic sensibilities?
dialogic reading Interactive readings of children’s literature in day care: Microgenetic analysis of the semiopictorial construction.
dialogic teaching A randomized control trial of Shared Evaluation Pedagogy: The near-term and long-term impact of dialogically organized reading instruction
dialogic teaching and learning Connecting 'Man in the Mirror': Kindling a classroom dialogic teaching and learning trajectory
dialogic theory Peer response and students' revisions of their narrative writing
dialogic thinking Beware of the optimism of the Internet Age: In response to Rupert Wegerif’s 'Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age'
dialogism Tensioning interpretive authority during dialogic discussions of literature
dialogue Dialogic Literacy: contexts, competences and dispositions
Improving students’ narrative comprehension through a multiple strategy approach. Effects of Dialogic Strategy Instruction in secondary school.
Navigating between disorder and control: Challenges and choices when teaching reading strategies in the L1 classroom
Opening -- and sustaining -- dialogue: From practice to theory and back
Verbal interaction & literary understanding. Introduction
dialogue, public speech, language development, french didactics Dialogue and « public speech » : a comparative study in French reception classes
didactic cognition Multicultural contexts and comprehension of youth literary texts.
didactic devices For a definition of the teaching/learning of writing in L1: Research and action.
didactic microgenesis Interactive readings of children’s literature in day care: Microgenetic analysis of the semiopictorial construction.
didactic sequences The Use of Didactic Sequences and the Teaching of L1: An Analysis of an Institutional Program of Teaching Writing at School.
didactic tools The didactic conditions of emergent literacy: A comparative study of curricula and teaching tools in France and Quebec
didactics The Evolution of the French Field of La didactique de l’écrit: Theorizing the Teaching Practices of Writing in the Disciplines
didactics of french What place for literature in the education of French-speaking countries? A comparison between Belgium, France, Quebec and Switzerland.
differences of opinion Recognising debate types within the classroom – an expansion of prevailing conceptual divisions
differentiated pedagogical approach Development of spelling skills in grade 4: Effects of an integrated and differentiated pedagogical approach
differentiation An empirically grounded theory of literary development Teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge on literary development in upper secondary education.
difficult topics Do Teachers Need Instructional Analogies to Teach Mother-Tongue (L1)? – Teachers’ Perceptions and Representations of Difficult Topics in Mother-Tongue Education
digital authoring ‘Writing’ computer games: Game literacy and new-old narratives
digital literacy Writing, digital culture and English curriculum
dimensionality Assessment of writing ability in secondary education: comparison of analytic and holistic scoring systems for use in large-scale assessments
disadvantage Literacy, technology, and the economics of attention
disciplinarity Competing disciplinarities in curricular L1. A Norwegian case
disciplinary awareness Analyzing Writing in Academic Disciplines: A few concepts.
Writing, Assessment, and the Authority of the Disciplines
disciplinary configuration Analyzing Writing in Academic Disciplines: A few concepts.
disciplinary didactics Writing in the literacy era: Scandinavian teachers’ notions of writing in mother tongue education
disciplinary literacy The assignment transformed: Building a disciplinary affinity space in student blogs
discipline The Evolution of the French Field of La didactique de l’écrit: Theorizing the Teaching Practices of Writing in the Disciplines
disciurse community False Friends and true: An annotated cross-cultural glossary of Terms
discourse Our Lady of Guadalupe at school: picture books, preservice teachers, and the discourse of religious (il)literacy
discourse analysis How future teachers develop professional knowledge through reflective writing in a dialogical frame
discourse community The academic writing of teacher candidates: Connecting speaking and writing
discourse processes Research on the riole of classroom discourse as it effects reading comprehension
discourse synthesis Writing from sources: The effect of explicit instruction on college students' processes and products
discourses of learning to write Personal interests as incentive fo professional writing. Towards a writing pedagogy for Dutch universities of applied sciences
discursive competence A School Radio: Socio-Discursive Interaction Tool in the School
discussion Tensioning interpretive authority during dialogic discussions of literature
discussion forums Signs of construction of a professional learning community in language education: A case study
documentation Predicting and explaining teachers’ documentation practices for students’ reading and writing difficulties
drawings Linking “Heritage Language” Education and Plurilingual Repertoires development: evidences from drawings of Portuguese pupils in Germany.
dyslexi The development of reading skills in a sample of Portuguese normal readers and dyslexic children
dyslexia The development of phonological awareness throughout the school years: The case of a transparant orthography
Written language skills and the notion of 'lexicon'
e-learning Reading, annotation and production of an argumentative text written by higher education students in a blended-learning situation
early education The first schoolbook – the tool of reproducing culture by the child or the tool of child's participation in culture?
early literacy A Short Term Longitudinal Study Of Classroom Book Reading In Greek Kindergarten Schools
Developmental changes of early reading skills in six-year-old Polish children and GraphoGame as a computer-based intervention to support them
The relationship between the impressive and the expressive component of written speech and the level of executive functions in children aged 3-11 years
early literacy intervention Promoting alphabetic skills of young children with hearing loss in co-enrollment versus individual inclusion.
early printing Early writing development in L1 English speaking children
early school age Developmental patterns of relationships between inhibitory control and reading skill in early-school children
ecology Minding Metaphors: Rethinking the Ecology of Written Language
editorial Diversifying dialogic discourses. Introduction to a special issue International Perspectives on Dialogic Theory and Practice
educaional design The Observation-Participation model for L1-lessons
education Linguistics in the secondary education
‘School? You go because you have to’. The linguistic worldview of ‘school’ in Polish and American teen Internet discourse
educational evaluation Assessments of reading comprehension: Different measures, different explanatory variables and achievement
educational policy Turkish Cypriot literature course in emerging cultural and educational policies
educational resources Predicting and explaining teachers’ documentation practices for students’ reading and writing difficulties
educational settings Educational Influence on Reading and Spelling: A Comparative Study of Three French First-Grade Classes
educational tracks Promoting alphabetic skills of young children with hearing loss in co-enrollment versus individual inclusion.
effective curriculum and instruction Culture, language, knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events, and science literacy for all: She says, he says, they say
effective l1 lessons The Observation-Participation model for L1-lessons
elementary Connecting 'Man in the Mirror': Kindling a classroom dialogic teaching and learning trajectory
Using Trend Line Data to Plan and Evaluate Literacy Instruction
elementary school Greek Elementary School Pupils’ Narrative Skills and Current Language Teaching Material: A longitudinal study
Practical experience of teaching/learning the written French language from children’s literature at elementary school.
Research in Writing, Preschool Through Elementary, 1983-2003
Scaffolding the argumentative writing via human rights teaching in the Greek elementary school
Stimulating students’ academic language. Opportunities in instructional methods in elementary school mathematics
Teaching Greek as L1: Curriculum and textbooks in Greek elementary education
elementary school (grade 1) Declared Knowledge of Beginning Writers
elementary science Community and classroom contexts for understanding nature and naturally occurring events in rural schools in Mexico
emergent literacy Contexts For Learning To Be Literate: Some Evidence From Greek Pre-Primary Education Setting
Interactive readings of children’s literature in day care: Microgenetic analysis of the semiopictorial construction.
Interpreting writing of children with intellectual disabilities: A comparative study
Invented spelling in the Greek context
Reading and spelling acquisition in Polish: Educational and linguistic determinants
emergent literacy practices Emergent literacy beliefs in preschool and kindergarten contexts
emergent writing How hearing and hearing-impaired children differentiate emergent writing from drawing.
emergent writing and reading The emergence of writing: Children's writing during the pre-alphabetic spelling phase
empathy The Reflection-Response in Enhancing Argumentation Ability
empirical study Literary Response and Attitude Toward Reading Fiction
english Constructing English in New Zealand: A report on a decade of reform
English teaching in New Zealand: In the frame and outside the square.
Language competition and challenges in pluralingual education: The case of a Hakka school in Taiwan
Policy in practice: Primary school English teachers learning about plurilingual and intercultural education
The transition from English to Mother-tongue Chinese as medium of instruction. Issues and problems as seen by Hong Kong teachers.
english curriculum Writing, digital culture and English curriculum
english grammar It Boggles My Mind: Using Games to teach Students who are Deaf
english language learner A randomized control trial of Shared Evaluation Pedagogy: The near-term and long-term impact of dialogically organized reading instruction
english language learners The Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts in the United States and teaching English language learners: Focus on writing
Translingual approaches to reading and writing: Centering students’ languages and cultures within reflective practices of translation
english literacy English as Mother tongue in Australia.
english studies Clashing cultures? Linking literature and hypertext at post-16
english teaching Dep(ict)ions: Pre-service English teachers engage with ICTs
Literature, literacy and the discourses of English teaching in england: A case study
english-based sign Using ASL and print-based sign to build fluency and greater independence with written English among deaf students.
english/literacy teacher knowledge base The Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts in the United States and teaching English language learners: Focus on writing
environmental print The influence of environmental print on preschoolers’ literacy development in a two-alphabets’ society
epistemology Science Literacy for All Students: Language, Culture, and Knowledge about Nature and Naturally Occurring Events
error analysis Linguistic factors and invented spelling in children: The case of French beginners in children
errors The influence of instructional support and teaching practices on first raders reading and writing. A comparative study in whole language and phonics classes.
ethnographic books Activity systems as cultural, cognitive and linguistic contexts for improving reading and writing practices in rural school
ethnographic reading books Learning to read and write in bilingual contexts. A study and implementation program with indigenous Qom communities in Argentina
european identities in literature European Identities in Mother Tongue Education
european literary framework (lift) Is Europe open to a student-oriented framework for literature? A comparative analysis of the formal literature curriculum in six European countries.
evaluation Using Trend Line Data to Plan and Evaluate Literacy Instruction
evaluation strategies Improving the quality of primary school children’s narration of personal events: An intervention study on the use of evaluation strategies
eventness Minding Metaphors: Rethinking the Ecology of Written Language
examinations Mother-Tongue education in Slovenia
executive functions Factual text comprehension tasks as a tool for stimulating executive functions in 9- to 10-year-old children
Inhibitory control and literacy development among 3- to 5-year-old children
The relationship between the impressive and the expressive component of written speech and the level of executive functions in children aged 3-11 years
Working memory and reading ability in children - a psycholinguistic perspective
experiential learning Planet Isis: the Gender Specific Reception of a Youth Book
expert guidance Developing literacy at the beginning of secondary school through mythical tales and acting
expertise Understanding reading development: A phenomenological perspective.
explanatory texts On the development of textual competence in primary education
explicit & implicit instruction Effects of Fluency Training on the Application of Linguistic Operations in Writing
explicit learning Improving linguistic fluency for writing: Effects of explicitness and focus of instruction
explicitation levels Orthographic performances in a Portuguese primary school: A longitudinal study in third and fourth grades
exploratory talk Verbal interaction & literary understanding. Introduction
expository texts Questioning the Author in a Scandinavian context
expository writing Scribendo Discimus (We Learn by Writing): Expressive writing as a means to improve expository writing in a Latin classroom
expressive writing Scribendo Discimus (We Learn by Writing): Expressive writing as a means to improve expository writing in a Latin classroom
family attitudes The digital divide: Differences in computer use between home and school in low socio-economic households
family financial capital Family resources and students’ reading attainment: Capitalising on home factors
family human capital Family resources and students’ reading attainment: Capitalising on home factors
family literacy practices Reading at home in Franca. A psycho-sociological look at youth literature, youth and their families.
fiction reading Literary Response and Attitude Toward Reading Fiction
fictocritical writing Rhetorical Modes at Play: an exercise in literary and creative writing re-search practice explored.
figurative language Recognition of figurative language and reading ability in Polish school children
fingerspelling Using ASL and print-based sign to build fluency and greater independence with written English among deaf students.
first and second language learning Improving linguistic fluency for writing: Effects of explicitness and focus of instruction
first grade Beginning spelling and literacy approaches: A comparative study between French and Québécois first-grade classes
Effective literacy teaching practices in Portugal: A study in first grade
first year writing Trends in American research on college composition, 1960-2005.
first-year-writing Translingual approaches to reading and writing: Centering students’ languages and cultures within reflective practices of translation
fluency The structure of writing processes as revealed by secondary task demands
focus on form Improving linguistic fluency for writing: Effects of explicitness and focus of instruction
focus on meaning Improving linguistic fluency for writing: Effects of explicitness and focus of instruction
focus-on-forms & mearning Effects of Fluency Training on the Application of Linguistic Operations in Writing
formative assessment Students' note-taking as a knowledge construction
fourth-grade Assessments of reading comprehension: Different measures, different explanatory variables and achievement
francophone Teaching science to French-speaking students in English Canada using an instructional congruence model involving discourse-enabling strategies
french language Development of spelling skills in grade 4: Effects of an integrated and differentiated pedagogical approach
How Do University Students Solve Linguistic Problems? A Description of the Processes Leading to Errors
frist grade A study of invented spelling and developing orthographic concepts in Japanese
functional grammar Reading grammatically: Exploring the 'constructiveness' of literary texts.
Teaching Greek as L1: Curriculum and textbooks in Greek elementary education
functional writing Promoting alphabetic skills of young children with hearing loss in co-enrollment versus individual inclusion.
gender Planet Isis: the Gender Specific Reception of a Youth Book
The stability of gender-related differences in early reading development in Polish children
genre A Genre Teaching in Different Social Environments: An Ex-periment with the Genre Detective Story
Developing Writing Skills Through the Use of Blogs
False Friends and true: An annotated cross-cultural glossary of Terms
How about genres? - Using writing portfolios as tools of reflection, assessment and professional develo,ent of prospective wrting teachers
Teaching Greek as L1: Curriculum and textbooks in Greek elementary education
genre based literacy pedagogy Greek Elementary School Pupils’ Narrative Skills and Current Language Teaching Material: A longitudinal study
genre learning Co-constructing writing contexts in classrooms: Scaffolding, collaboration, and asymmetries of knowledge
genre writing Scaffolding the argumentative writing via human rights teaching in the Greek elementary school
genre-based approach The Use of Didactic Sequences and the Teaching of L1: An Analysis of an Institutional Program of Teaching Writing at School.
grade 4 Development of spelling skills in grade 4: Effects of an integrated and differentiated pedagogical approach
grammar Mother Tongue Education in Brazil: A battle of two worlds
grammar instruction Exploring syntactic structures in first-language education: effects on literacy-related achievements
grammar teaching Explicit and Implicit Training of Subject-Verb Agreement Processing in 3rd and 5th Grades
grapheme-morpheme correspondence The influence of instructional support and teaching practices on first raders reading and writing. A comparative study in whole language and phonics classes.
graphic narratives Exploring the intertextualities in a grade 7 student’s graphic narrative
greece Continuity and change in language arts textbooks in Greek primary schools.
greek An examination of the history of deaf education in Greece and in Cyprus: Determining factors for its development.
greek language The development of phonological awareness throughout the school years: The case of a transparant orthography
greek pre-primary education Contexts For Learning To Be Literate: Some Evidence From Greek Pre-Primary Education Setting
groth model Mother-Tongue teaching in Australia: The case of New South Wales
hakka Language competition and challenges in pluralingual education: The case of a Hakka school in Taiwan
hard hearing Topics in the education of d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. Introduction to Special Issue on d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing students
hard of hearing An understanding of the literacy levels of students, who are deaf/hard-of-hearing in the United States, China, and South Korea.
harry potter Harry Potter and the Quest for Knowledge: A Commonplace for Reflecting on Learning and Teaching
hearing-impaired preschoolers How hearing and hearing-impaired children differentiate emergent writing from drawing.
hebrew Student teachers as readers: Towards a change in teacher education
hebrew language teaching Exuberant, voiceless participation: an unintended consequence of dialogic sensibilities?
heritage language Linking “Heritage Language” Education and Plurilingual Repertoires development: evidences from drawings of Portuguese pupils in Germany.
heritage language learning Teaching heritage German and Russian through authentic material in Jyväskylä, Finland – a multiple case study design
higher education 'Reading it my way': Responding to literature in a conflicted multicultural setting—the role of language
On Academic Writing in Latin America (The Cases of Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela)
Reading, annotation and production of an argumentative text written by higher education students in a blended-learning situation
higher education institutions The future of Afrikaans as university language within a multilingual environment: the language debate at Stellenbosch
historically afrikaans universities The future of Afrikaans as university language within a multilingual environment: the language debate at Stellenbosch
historiography of dutch as a school subject The contested introduction of linguistics in the Dutch exam; A historical curriculum study on the relationship between school subjects and academic disciplines
history An examination of the history of deaf education in Greece and in Cyprus: Determining factors for its development.
Teachers learning in a London school: autonomy and development in the 1950s
The paradigms of Romanian language and literature curricula in the second half of the 19th century and the 20th century
history of writing research Trends in American research on college composition, 1960-2005.
holistic scoring Assessment of writing ability in secondary education: comparison of analytic and holistic scoring systems for use in large-scale assessments
hong kong Family resources and students’ reading attainment: Capitalising on home factors
horizontal discourse Writing for life? A case study of affordances of writing in four L1 upper secondary classrooms.
human rights education Scaffolding the argumentative writing via human rights teaching in the Greek elementary school
hypertext Clashing cultures? Linking literature and hypertext at post-16
Writing Hypertext: Learning and Transfer effects
Writing Hypertexts: Proposed effects on writing processes and knowledge acquisition
hypertext writing Hypertext writing versus linear writing: Effects on pause locations and production activities and its relation with text quality
hypertextual writing Writing and teaching literature. The role of hypertextual and metatextual writing activities on three school levels
iceland Mother tongue teachers need wisdom - An Aristotelian view on the professional knowledge and identity of L1 teachers in upper secondary school. A case study.
ict IAIMTE 2015 Daniel Cassany keynote talk June 4: Slide show
Introduction
Introduction
Mediating generational shift in secondary English teaching in Australia: The case study of 'BUILT'.
icts Dep(ict)ions: Pre-service English teachers engage with ICTs
The digital divide: Differences in computer use between home and school in low socio-economic households
Using nformation and communication technologies in the production of texts in secondary schools: A shared commitment of pedagoical training
ideal reader The construction of ideal reader in German and Finnish text-books for literacy education
identity Dialogic teaching and multilingual counterpublics
Language competition and challenges in pluralingual education: The case of a Hakka school in Taiwan
Teaching science to French-speaking students in English Canada using an instructional congruence model involving discourse-enabling strategies
ideology Becoming a professional (and other dissidents acts). Language and literacy teaching in an age of neoliberal reform
ideoloiges and practices in schools Textbooks for the teaching of Hebrew language and literature in Israel -- A mirror of social political and educational changes
illusion French Children’s Literature for ‘the Children of the Videosphere'
imagination French Children’s Literature for ‘the Children of the Videosphere'
immigrant minority language teaching "You don't need to know the Turkish word". Immigrant minority language teaching policies and practice in the Netherlands
immigrant students Vocational students talk about texts in small groups
importance of schooling to early literacy development Contexts For Learning To Be Literate: Some Evidence From Greek Pre-Primary Education Setting
in-service teacher training Teachers of mother-tongue education in action. Teachers designing concept-context-enriched education in an action-research setting.
incidental word learning Effects of instruction on deriving word meaning from context and incidental word learning
inclusion The comparison of written language abilities between Cypriot oral deaf and hearing children.
independent learning Mother-Tongue education (L1) in the learning to learn paradigm: Creative redevelopment of learning materials
indicators of reflexivity How future teachers develop professional knowledge through reflective writing in a dialogical frame
indigenous communities Learning to read and write in bilingual contexts. A study and implementation program with indigenous Qom communities in Argentina
indigenous l2 education Curriculum and language in Aotearoa New Zealand: From science to Putaiao
indigenous languages Invented orthography. The role of Maya speaking children in bilingual elementary education.
One nation, eleven languages: Improving literacy and numeracy in South Africa through mother-tongue education
individualization The L1 subject in a world of increasing individualism. Democratic paradoxes in Norwegian L1 classrooms
inference Cultural and linguistic context and didactic cognition of youth literature
information organization and selection Reading, annotation and production of an argumentative text written by higher education students in a blended-learning situation
informational reading Instruction in self-questioning as a literary reading strategy: An exploration of empirical research
inhibitory control Developmental patterns of relationships between inhibitory control and reading skill in early-school children
Inhibitory control and literacy development among 3- to 5-year-old children
innovation Developing writing in different School Subjects: Professional Development of Teachers
instruction Writing in School Contexts. Introduction to a special theme issue of L1-Educational Studies of Language and Literature
instruction of literature Professional learning and change: The experience of literature teacher educators
instructional congruence Teaching science to French-speaking students in English Canada using an instructional congruence model involving discourse-enabling strategies
instructional design Instructional theory of Language Lessons
instructional methods Stimulating students’ academic language. Opportunities in instructional methods in elementary school mathematics
instructional principles The Observation-Participation model for L1-lessons
instructive texts Observational Learning in Instructional Second Language Writing
integrated pedagogical approach Development of spelling skills in grade 4: Effects of an integrated and differentiated pedagogical approach
intellectual disability Interpreting writing of children with intellectual disabilities: A comparative study
intended text Reformulation: a means of constructing knowledge in shared writing
inter-subjective exchange of meaning The first schoolbook – the tool of reproducing culture by the child or the tool of child's participation in culture?
interaction A School Radio: Socio-Discursive Interaction Tool in the School
Interactive readings of children’s literature in day care: Microgenetic analysis of the semiopictorial construction.
Verbal interaction & literary understanding. Introduction
interaction strategies Validation of the Oral Interaction Strategy Scale for speakers of Chinese as the first language in elementary schools
intercultural communication The role of L2 reading instruction in intercultural pedagogy in Iranian multicultural EFL context
intercultural education Interculturality and intercultural education – representations and practices of a group of educational partners
interculturaleducation Policy in practice: Primary school English teachers learning about plurilingual and intercultural education
interculturality Interculturality and intercultural education – representations and practices of a group of educational partners
international comparative research Literary praxis: Engaging with texts in classroom settings
international surveys Assessments of reading comprehension: Different measures, different explanatory variables and achievement
internet Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age
Beware of the optimism of the Internet Age: In response to Rupert Wegerif’s 'Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age'
E-credibility: Building common grounds in web environments
interpretation Reading grammatically: Exploring the 'constructiveness' of literary texts.
Understanding metaphors in poetic texts: towards a determination of interpretative operations in secondary school students’ engagement with imagery
interpretative research Teachers Constructing Knowledge on Mother Tongue Education
interpretive community Teachers as raters: Investigation of a long term writing assessment program
intersubjectivity Subjectivity and intersubjectivity in the teaching and learning of writing
intertextual aptitudes Spinning a Tale: Intertextuality and Intertextual Aptitude
intertextual processing strategies Writing from sources: The effect of explicit instruction on college students' processes and products
intertextuality Exploring the intertextualities in a grade 7 student’s graphic narrative
intervention A randomized control trial of Shared Evaluation Pedagogy: The near-term and long-term impact of dialogically organized reading instruction
Questioning the Author in a Scandinavian context
intervention studies Effects of reading strategy instruction in secondary education. A review of intervention studies
intervention study Improving students’ narrative comprehension through a multiple strategy approach. Effects of Dialogic Strategy Instruction in secondary school.
intonation Invented Spanish spelling: Stress and intonation
invented spelling A study of invented spelling and developing orthographic concepts in Japanese
Beginning spelling and literacy approaches: A comparative study between French and Québécois first-grade classes
Early writing development in L1 English speaking children
Invented Spanish spelling: Stress and intonation
Invented spelling in the Greek context
Linguistic factors and invented spelling in children: The case of French beginners in children
The Impact of a Cooperative Approximate Spelling Situation in a Kindergarten Setting
invented spelling programmes Invented spelling programmes and the access to the alphabetic principle in kindergarten.
iranian efl context The role of L2 reading instruction in intercultural pedagogy in Iranian multicultural EFL context
israeli context Textbooks for the teaching of Hebrew language and literature in Israel -- A mirror of social political and educational changes
iteracy Becoming a professional (and other dissidents acts). Language and literacy teaching in an age of neoliberal reform
junior school aged children Factual text comprehension tasks as a tool for stimulating executive functions in 9- to 10-year-old children
kindergarten Developmentally appropriate practice: Pedagogical interpretations in a bilangual head start classroom
Initial learning to read in kindergarten – formal and research perspective
Linguistic factors and invented spelling in children: The case of French beginners in children
The emergence of writing: Children's writing during the pre-alphabetic spelling phase
kindergarten children The Impact of a Cooperative Approximate Spelling Situation in a Kindergarten Setting
knowledge acquisition Writing Hypertexts: Proposed effects on writing processes and knowledge acquisition
knowledge base of teaching Do Teachers Need Instructional Analogies to Teach Mother-Tongue (L1)? – Teachers’ Perceptions and Representations of Difficult Topics in Mother-Tongue Education
Teachers’ interpretations of the concept-context approach for L1 education.
knowledge building Dialogic Literacy: contexts, competences and dispositions
knowledge construction Shaping Meanings through Genre: An Analysis of a Personal Experience Narrative in a Graduate Course
knowledge transforming The contribution of different components of working memory to knowledge transformation during writing
l1 IAIMTE 2015 Jon Smidt keynote talk June 5. Slide show and speech manuscript
Science literacy for all: influences of culture, language, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events
l1 (slovak language) Factual text comprehension tasks as a tool for stimulating executive functions in 9- to 10-year-old children
l1 and social inequality The L1 subject in a world of increasing individualism. Democratic paradoxes in Norwegian L1 classrooms
l1 education Expanding Dimensions of L1 Metalinguistic Activity
Teachers’ interpretations of the concept-context approach for L1 education.
l1 textbooks Textbooks for the teaching of Hebrew language and literature in Israel -- A mirror of social political and educational changes
l1-curriculum Instructional theory of Language Lessons
l2 Science literacy for all: influences of culture, language, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events
l2 reading The role of L2 reading instruction in intercultural pedagogy in Iranian multicultural EFL context
l3 Science literacy for all: influences of culture, language, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events
language Language, culture, ontological assumptions, epistemological beliefs, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events: Southern African perspective
Reading grammatically: Exploring the 'constructiveness' of literary texts.
Science learning in the contexts of culture and language practices: Taiwanese perspective
The paradigms of Romanian language and literature curricula in the second half of the 19th century and the 20th century
“Coming to Know”: Weaving Aboriginal and Western science knowledge, language, and literacy into the science classroom
language acquisition The dynamics of written language acquisition
language acquisition support system Developing literacy at the beginning of secondary school through mythical tales and acting
language activity The Evolution of the French Field of La didactique de l’écrit: Theorizing the Teaching Practices of Writing in the Disciplines
language and communication in mathematics Linguistic and plurilingual & intercultural competence in mathematics teaching and learning
language arts Continuity and change in language arts textbooks in Greek primary schools.
language arts textbooks Greek Elementary School Pupils’ Narrative Skills and Current Language Teaching Material: A longitudinal study
language as medium Mother-Tongue education in Slovenia
language as socio-semiotic practice Literacy in the greek educational context: the aspects of Literacy promoted by the Language Curriculum of the Junior High School
language as subject Mother-Tongue education in Slovenia
language curriculum Literacy in the greek educational context: the aspects of Literacy promoted by the Language Curriculum of the Junior High School
language didactics Reformulation: a means of constructing knowledge in shared writing
language diversity Language Planning in the Portuguese Democracy (1974-2004)
language education Language education in the pre-school years: Learning about teachers’ learning through an in-service program
Mother-Tongue teaching in Poland: The dynamics of change
Textbooks for the teaching of Hebrew language and literature in Israel -- A mirror of social political and educational changes
Understanding literary reading: The need for a scientific approach? Review essay
language in other subjects Linguistic and plurilingual & intercultural competence in mathematics teaching and learning
language of learning Activity systems as cultural, cognitive and linguistic contexts for improving reading and writing practices in rural school
language of tuition The future of Afrikaans as university language within a multilingual environment: the language debate at Stellenbosch
language of tv Kind and unkind communicative behaviour of cartoon characters as a source of language competence for young children
language planning Language Planning in the Portuguese Democracy (1974-2004)
language policies The role of L2 reading instruction in intercultural pedagogy in Iranian multicultural EFL context
language policy "You don't need to know the Turkish word". Immigrant minority language teaching policies and practice in the Netherlands
The future of Afrikaans as university language within a multilingual environment: the language debate at Stellenbosch
language practice Participation in literature and content subject classes: Culture, ethnicity and social space(s)
language practices Language Planning in the Portuguese Democracy (1974-2004)
language skills Expanding Dimensions of L1 Metalinguistic Activity
language teachers Editorial. The Inescapability of Language: Theory and Practice for L-1 Educators
Policy in practice: Primary school English teachers learning about plurilingual and intercultural education
Signs of construction of a professional learning community in language education: A case study
language teaching Continuity and change in language arts textbooks in Greek primary schools.
language-in-education policy One nation, eleven languages: Improving literacy and numeracy in South Africa through mother-tongue education
languages IAIMTE 2015 Jon Smidt keynote talk June 5. Slide show and speech manuscript
large-scale assessment Assessment of writing ability in secondary education: comparison of analytic and holistic scoring systems for use in large-scale assessments
lateralization Cognitive differences in second language learners and the critical period effects
latin Scribendo Discimus (We Learn by Writing): Expressive writing as a means to improve expository writing in a Latin classroom
latin language Scribendo Discimus (We Learn by Writing): Expressive writing as a means to improve expository writing in a Latin classroom
latino immigrants Dialogic teaching and multilingual counterpublics
learning A Genre Teaching in Different Social Environments: An Ex-periment with the Genre Detective Story
Literacy, technology, and the economics of attention
learning activities What observational learning in writing courses entails: A multiple case study
learning and teaching processes Using the Concept of Genre in a Writing Workshop: Description of a Learning Environment
learning behaviors Learning behaviors related to deaf students’ success in College
learning environments Integrating Technology Into Mother-Tongue Education: Examples from Hebrew
learning strategies Students' note-taking as a knowledge construction
learning tasks Literature learning and task design in Hong Kong Chinese language text-books
learning to learn Mother-Tongue education (L1) in the learning to learn paradigm: Creative redevelopment of learning materials
learning to read Initial learning to read in kindergarten – formal and research perspective
learning to write What observational learning in writing courses entails: A multiple case study
learning-to-write The effects of adapting writing instruction to students' writing strategies
less proficient students Poetry reading and writing: enhancing Literacy in less proficient readers of five to eight years
lesson plans Designing and using lesson plans for teaching writing skills - IAIMTE 2015 slide show
letter knowledge Developmental changes of early reading skills in six-year-old Polish children and GraphoGame as a computer-based intervention to support them
Invented spelling programmes and the access to the alphabetic principle in kindergarten.
Promoting alphabetic skills of young children with hearing loss in co-enrollment versus individual inclusion.
Working memory and reading ability in children - a psycholinguistic perspective
letter-knowledge The influence of environmental print on preschoolers’ literacy development in a two-alphabets’ society
letter-name spelling Spelling acquisition in Polish language
lexical access Written language skills and the notion of 'lexicon'
lexis Applied stylistic approaches to the teaching of literary texts
lie Lie detecting as a step towards critical literacy
life history Understanding the educational landscape through the school novel
life stories Professional learning and change: The experience of literature teacher educators
linear writing Hypertext writing versus linear writing: Effects on pause locations and production activities and its relation with text quality
linearization Writing Hypertext: Learning and Transfer effects
linguistic abilities Poetry reading and writing: enhancing Literacy in less proficient readers of five to eight years
linguistic and mathematical competence Linguistic and plurilingual & intercultural competence in mathematics teaching and learning
linguistic competence How Do University Students Solve Linguistic Problems? A Description of the Processes Leading to Errors
Relations between the children's spatial thinking and their linguistic and communicative skills
linguistic ethnography Exuberant, voiceless participation: an unintended consequence of dialogic sensibilities?
linguistic factors Linguistic factors and invented spelling in children: The case of French beginners in children
linguistic fluency Effects of Fluency Training on the Application of Linguistic Operations in Writing
linguistic insecurity Teaching science to French-speaking students in English Canada using an instructional congruence model involving discourse-enabling strategies
linguistic knowledge Expanding Dimensions of L1 Metalinguistic Activity
linguistic meaning What are skills? Some fundamental reflections
linguistic skills Relations between the children's spatial thinking and their linguistic and communicative skills
linguistic training On Academic Writing in Latin America (The Cases of Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela)
linguistic typology Development of Spelling Skills in Children with and without Learning Disabilities
linguistic worldview ‘School? You go because you have to’. The linguistic worldview of ‘school’ in Polish and American teen Internet discourse
linguistically authentic material Teaching heritage German and Russian through authentic material in Jyväskylä, Finland – a multiple case study design
linguistics Linguistics in the secondary education
lipreading Using ASL and print-based sign to build fluency and greater independence with written English among deaf students.
literacies IAIMTE 2015 Jon Smidt keynote talk June 5. Slide show and speech manuscript
literacy An understanding of the literacy levels of students, who are deaf/hard-of-hearing in the United States, China, and South Korea.
Developing literacy at the beginning of secondary school through mythical tales and acting
Dialogic teaching and multilingual counterpublics
Educational Influence on Reading and Spelling: A Comparative Study of Three French First-Grade Classes
Exploring the narrative art of David Wiesner: using a grammar of visual design and learning experiences on the world wide web.
False Friends and true: An annotated cross-cultural glossary of Terms
French Children’s Literature for ‘the Children of the Videosphere'
Greek Elementary School Pupils’ Narrative Skills and Current Language Teaching Material: A longitudinal study
IAIMTE 2015 Daniel Cassany keynote talk June 4: Slide show
IAIMTE 2015 Deborah Brandt keynote talk June 3: Slide show
Literacy competences in cultural diverse classrooms: experiences of teachers
Literacy in the greek educational context: the aspects of Literacy promoted by the Language Curriculum of the Junior High School
Literature, literacy and the discourses of English teaching in england: A case study
Minding Metaphors: Rethinking the Ecology of Written Language
Our Lady of Guadalupe at school: picture books, preservice teachers, and the discourse of religious (il)literacy
Pedagogical correlates of reading comprehension in English and Chinese
Research in Writing, Preschool Through Elementary, 1983-2003
Teaching Greek as L1: Curriculum and textbooks in Greek elementary education
The influence of environmental print on preschoolers’ literacy development in a two-alphabets’ society
The teaching of writing in the upper secondary school in the age of the internet and mass media culture
The use of complex reading materials in first grade
Using Trend Line Data to Plan and Evaluate Literacy Instruction
Writing in the literacy era: Scandinavian teachers’ notions of writing in mother tongue education
‘Writing’ computer games: Game literacy and new-old narratives
literacy acquisition Learning to read and write in bilingual contexts. A study and implementation program with indigenous Qom communities in Argentina
literacy and numeracy One nation, eleven languages: Improving literacy and numeracy in South Africa through mother-tongue education
literacy development Inhibitory control and literacy development among 3- to 5-year-old children
The influence of instructional support and teaching practices on first raders reading and writing. A comparative study in whole language and phonics classes.
literacy events Co-constructing writing contexts in classrooms: Scaffolding, collaboration, and asymmetries of knowledge
literacy instruction Emergent literacy beliefs in preschool and kindergarten contexts
literacy instructional approaches Beginning spelling and literacy approaches: A comparative study between French and Québécois first-grade classes
literacy practices Literacy practises in kindergartens and conceptualisations about written language among Portuguese preschool children
Teenagers and young adults: Putting Reading in its Place.
literacy skills Reading Books to Young Children: What It does and doesn`t do.
literacy, assessment Reading comprehension in primary school: textbooks, curriculum, and assessment
literariness Bridging the creative and the critical
literary competence An empirically grounded theory of literary development Teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge on literary development in upper secondary education.
literary development An empirically grounded theory of literary development Teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge on literary development in upper secondary education.
Is Europe open to a student-oriented framework for literature? A comparative analysis of the formal literature curriculum in six European countries.
Literary praxis: Engaging with texts in classroom settings
literary development text selection An empirically grounded theory of literary development Teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge on literary development in upper secondary education.
literary didactics Reading around the text: On the diversity of reading practices in the new popular literary culture
literary education Mother Tongue Education in Brazil: A battle of two worlds
Public and personal domains: Professional standards for teachers of English in Australia.
literary experience and writing Adolescent reading and the reproduction of literary judgement: what adolescent book reviews of self-selected texts reveal
literary interpretation Self-questioning in the literature classroom: Effects on students’ interpretation and appreciation of short stories.
literary knowledge Understanding literary reading: The need for a scientific approach? Review essay
literary literacy Beyond Functional Aspects of Reading Literacy: Theoretical Structure and Empirical Validity of Literary Literacy
literary reception Adolescent reading and the reproduction of literary judgement: what adolescent book reviews of self-selected texts reveal
literary response Literary Response and Attitude Toward Reading Fiction
Literary response and attitude toward reading fiction in secondary education: Trends and predictors
literary studies Rhetorical Modes at Play: an exercise in literary and creative writing re-search practice explored.
literary text Applied stylistic approaches to the teaching of literary texts
literary theory Bridging the creative and the critical
Inquiry-based professional learning of English-literature teachers: Negotiating dialogic potential
Research and innovation in the Teaching of Literature in Australian Secondary Schools: the Last Thirty Years
literary understanding On literary interpretation - an investigation of student´s strategies for processing literary texts
literature Creative Writing - zu den kulturellen Hintergründen und zum literaturwissenschaftlichen und institutionellen Kontext
Harry Potter and the Quest for Knowledge: A Commonplace for Reflecting on Learning and Teaching
Literature, literacy and the discourses of English teaching in england: A case study
Reading grammatically: Exploring the 'constructiveness' of literary texts.
The paradigms of Romanian language and literature curricula in the second half of the 19th century and the 20th century
What place for literature in the education of French-speaking countries? A comparison between Belgium, France, Quebec and Switzerland.
literature curriculum Is Europe open to a student-oriented framework for literature? A comparative analysis of the formal literature curriculum in six European countries.
literature discussions Self-questioning in the literature classroom: Effects on students’ interpretation and appreciation of short stories.
literature education Empirical studies on verbal interaction and literary understanding. An annotated list of references.
Literary praxis: Engaging with texts in classroom settings
Literary response and attitude toward reading fiction in secondary education: Trends and predictors
Literature learning and task design in Hong Kong Chinese language text-books
Planet Isis: the Gender Specific Reception of a Youth Book
Textbooks for the teaching of Hebrew language and literature in Israel -- A mirror of social political and educational changes
The impact of literature education on students' perceptions of self and others: Exploring personal and social learning experiences in relation to teacher approach
Turkish Cypriot literature course in emerging cultural and educational policies
Understanding metaphors in poetic texts: towards a determination of interpretative operations in secondary school students’ engagement with imagery
literature instruction Coming closer to literature: Learning and instruction in a constructivist spirit.
Exploring the horizon of the literature classroom: Reader response, reception theories and classroom discourse
Instruction in self-questioning as a literary reading strategy: An exploration of empirical research
literature overview Empirical studies on verbal interaction and literary understanding. An annotated list of references.
literature studies Clashing cultures? Linking literature and hypertext at post-16
literature teacher educators Professional learning and change: The experience of literature teacher educators
literature teaching Bridging the creative and the critical
Lie detecting as a step towards critical literacy
Spinning a Tale: Intertextuality and Intertextual Aptitude
Student teachers as readers: Towards a change in teacher education
The literature classroom: Spaces for dialogue.
london Teachers learning in a London school: autonomy and development in the 1950s
longitudinal research Literary response and attitude toward reading fiction in secondary education: Trends and predictors
longitudinal study Literary Response and Attitude Toward Reading Fiction
low achievement Enhancing comprehension in low achieving 9th graders: A quasi-experiment study
lower secondary Literary response and attitude toward reading fiction in secondary education: Trends and predictors
many-facet rasch measurement Teachers as raters: Investigation of a long term writing assessment program
maori science Curriculum and language in Aotearoa New Zealand: From science to Putaiao
maori-medium education Curriculum and language in Aotearoa New Zealand: From science to Putaiao
mass communication E-credibility: Building common grounds in web environments
mass media culture The teaching of writing in the upper secondary school in the age of the internet and mass media culture
mathematical literacy Linguistic and plurilingual & intercultural competence in mathematics teaching and learning
mathematics education and language Linguistic and plurilingual & intercultural competence in mathematics teaching and learning
mcea Constructing English in New Zealand: A report on a decade of reform
media Technology in L1: A review of empirical research projects in Scandinavia 1992-2014
‘Writing’ computer games: Game literacy and new-old narratives
media ecology The teaching of writing in the upper secondary school in the age of the internet and mass media culture
mediating tools Developing literacy at the beginning of secondary school through mythical tales and acting
mediation How future teachers develop professional knowledge through reflective writing in a dialogical frame
medium of instruction The transition from English to Mother-tongue Chinese as medium of instruction. Issues and problems as seen by Hong Kong teachers.
mental lexicon Written language skills and the notion of 'lexicon'
meta-language Writing education and assessment in Norway: Towards shared understanding, shared language and shared responsibility
metacognition The Reflection-Response in Enhancing Argumentation Ability
metacognitive awareness Developmentally appropriate practice: Pedagogical interpretations in a bilangual head start classroom
metacognitive processes Spinning a Tale: Intertextuality and Intertextual Aptitude
metagraphic comments Declared Knowledge of Beginning Writers
How Do University Students Solve Linguistic Problems? A Description of the Processes Leading to Errors
metalinguistic activity Reformulation: a means of constructing knowledge in shared writing
metalinguistic awareness Mediating generational shift in secondary English teaching in Australia: The case study of 'BUILT'.
Structural awareness, variation theory and ICT support
metalinguistic knowledge Declared Knowledge of Beginning Writers
metaphor Understanding metaphors in poetic texts: towards a determination of interpretative operations in secondary school students’ engagement with imagery
‘School? You go because you have to’. The linguistic worldview of ‘school’ in Polish and American teen Internet discourse
metaphor comprehension Recognition of figurative language and reading ability in Polish school children
metaphor recognition Recognition of figurative language and reading ability in Polish school children
metatextual writing Writing and teaching literature. The role of hypertextual and metatextual writing activities on three school levels
minor literature 'Reading it my way': Responding to literature in a conflicted multicultural setting—the role of language
model of domain learning Understanding reading development: A phenomenological perspective.
modeling of thinking Spinning a Tale: Intertextuality and Intertextual Aptitude
models of schooling Harry Potter and the Quest for Knowledge: A Commonplace for Reflecting on Learning and Teaching
models of teaching Research and innovation in the Teaching of Literature in Australian Secondary Schools: the Last Thirty Years
mother tongue education Educational Influence on Reading and Spelling: A Comparative Study of Three French First-Grade Classes
European Identities in Mother Tongue Education
Mother-Tongue education (L1) in the learning to learn paradigm: Creative redevelopment of learning materials
The transition from English to Mother-tongue Chinese as medium of instruction. Issues and problems as seen by Hong Kong teachers.
Turkish Cypriot literature course in emerging cultural and educational policies
mother tongue interference Cognitive differences in second language learners and the critical period effects
mother tongue pedagogy On Academic Writing in Latin America (The Cases of Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela)
mother-tongue education One nation, eleven languages: Improving literacy and numeracy in South Africa through mother-tongue education
Starting points. Paradigms in Mother tongue Education.
The didactic conditions of emergent literacy: A comparative study of curricula and teaching tools in France and Quebec
mother-tongue education curriculum English as Mother tongue in Australia.
mother-tongue teaching Do Teachers Need Instructional Analogies to Teach Mother-Tongue (L1)? – Teachers’ Perceptions and Representations of Difficult Topics in Mother-Tongue Education
motivation Using video dubbing activities in primary Chinese classroom for creative writing, a case study of students with multilingual background
mte The teaching of literature at the crossroads: Means or goal?
multi-grade schools Discussion during text processing in modern Greek language
multi-media Mediating generational shift in secondary English teaching in Australia: The case study of 'BUILT'.
multi-modal Using video dubbing activities in primary Chinese classroom for creative writing, a case study of students with multilingual background
multi-modality Mediating generational shift in secondary English teaching in Australia: The case study of 'BUILT'.
multicultural classroom 'Reading it my way': Responding to literature in a conflicted multicultural setting—the role of language
multicultural context Cultural and linguistic context and didactic cognition of youth literature
multicultural education Teachers as action researchers: Towards a model of induction
multiculturality Interculturality and intercultural education – representations and practices of a group of educational partners
multilingual context Using video dubbing activities in primary Chinese classroom for creative writing, a case study of students with multilingual background
multilingualism Dialogic teaching and multilingual counterpublics
IAIMTE 2015 Daniel Cassany keynote talk June 4: Slide show
The future of Afrikaans as university language within a multilingual environment: the language debate at Stellenbosch
multimodal text Exploring the intertextualities in a grade 7 student’s graphic narrative
multimodal writing Writing, digital culture and English curriculum
multimodality Visual aspects of written texts: Preschoolers view comics
‘Writing’ computer games: Game literacy and new-old narratives
multiple intelligences It Boggles My Mind: Using Games to teach Students who are Deaf
narrative Voice and narrative in L1 Writing
narrative comprehension Improving students’ narrative comprehension through a multiple strategy approach. Effects of Dialogic Strategy Instruction in secondary school.
Interactive readings of children’s literature in day care: Microgenetic analysis of the semiopictorial construction.
narrative inquiry Becoming a professional (and other dissidents acts). Language and literacy teaching in an age of neoliberal reform
narrative research Understanding the educational landscape through the school novel
narrative skills Greek Elementary School Pupils’ Narrative Skills and Current Language Teaching Material: A longitudinal study
narrative texts On the development of textual competence in primary education
narrative understanding Instruction in self-questioning as a literary reading strategy: An exploration of empirical research
narrative writing Peer response and students' revisions of their narrative writing
narratives The comparison of written language abilities between Cypriot oral deaf and hearing children.
native language Spanish language, cultural knowledge and teachers’ professional development in an English-only environment
nature of western science Science Literacy for All Students: Language, Culture, and Knowledge about Nature and Naturally Occurring Events
negotiation Developmentally appropriate practice: Pedagogical interpretations in a bilangual head start classroom
Reading, annotation and production of an argumentative text written by higher education students in a blended-learning situation
neoliberalism Becoming a professional (and other dissidents acts). Language and literacy teaching in an age of neoliberal reform
new media literacy Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age
new technologies Dep(ict)ions: Pre-service English teachers engage with ICTs
Literacy, technology, and the economics of attention
Teenagers and young adults: Putting Reading in its Place.
ninth grade students Enhancing comprehension in low achieving 9th graders: A quasi-experiment study
norwegian as l1 Competing disciplinarities in curricular L1. A Norwegian case
notational knowledge How hearing and hearing-impaired children differentiate emergent writing from drawing.
note-taking Reading, annotation and production of an argumentative text written by higher education students in a blended-learning situation
observational learning Effects of observational learning on studying text. Effects of Observational Learning on Students’ Use of and Attitude towards Reading and Learning Strategies
Observation of reading and writing activities: Effects on learning and transfer
Observational Learning in Instructional Second Language Writing
Psychology and The teaching of writing in 8000 and some words
The Reflection-Response in Enhancing Argumentation Ability
What observational learning in writing courses entails: A multiple case study
ontology Science Literacy for All Students: Language, Culture, and Knowledge about Nature and Naturally Occurring Events
oral communication Validation of the Oral Interaction Strategy Scale for speakers of Chinese as the first language in elementary schools
oral deaf The comparison of written language abilities between Cypriot oral deaf and hearing children.
oral language education High quality interaction in the classroom. A focus for professional learning.
orality Cultural and linguistic context and didactic cognition of youth literature
Multicultural contexts and comprehension of youth literary texts.
Teaching Greek as L1: Curriculum and textbooks in Greek elementary education
orthographic awareness Spelling acquisition in Polish language
orthographic concepts A study of invented spelling and developing orthographic concepts in Japanese
orthographic errors Orthographic performances in a Portuguese primary school: A longitudinal study in third and fourth grades
orthographic performance Orthographic performances in a Portuguese primary school: A longitudinal study in third and fourth grades
orthographic representations Orthographic performances in a Portuguese primary school: A longitudinal study in third and fourth grades
orthographic strategies Declared Knowledge of Beginning Writers
orthographic system A study of invented spelling and developing orthographic concepts in Japanese
orthographical awareness Book Review: Brady, S. A., Braze, D., & Fowler, C. A. (Eds.). (2011). Explaining individual differences in reading: theory and evidence. New York: Psychology Press.
orthographies The development of reading skills in a sample of Portuguese normal readers and dyslexic children
orthography An understanding of the literacy levels of students, who are deaf/hard-of-hearing in the United States, China, and South Korea.
Introduction: The Orthography of French
The graphabet and bujian approach at acquiring Hanzi (Chinese character) writing skill
overview Writing in School Contexts. Introduction to a special theme issue of L1-Educational Studies of Language and Literature
paradigm is practice Paradigms of Mother tongue Education: Introduction
paradigmatic analysis The role of teachers in the academic English literacy acquisition experiences of deaf college students.
paradigms in rhetoric Paradigms of Mother tongue Education: Introduction
paradigms of teaching literature Is Europe open to a student-oriented framework for literature? A comparative analysis of the formal literature curriculum in six European countries.
partnership Teachers Constructing Knowledge on Mother Tongue Education
passionate reading Reading around the text: On the diversity of reading practices in the new popular literary culture
pause analysis Hypertext writing versus linear writing: Effects on pause locations and production activities and its relation with text quality
pedagogic device Writing for life? A case study of affordances of writing in four L1 upper secondary classrooms.
pedagogic genre Shaping Meanings through Genre: An Analysis of a Personal Experience Narrative in a Graduate Course
pedagogic identity Writing for life? A case study of affordances of writing in four L1 upper secondary classrooms.
pedagogical approach Literature learning and task design in Hong Kong Chinese language text-books
pedagogical change Catalyst leading experienced primary teachers to change ways they teach reading
pedagogical content knowledge An empirically grounded theory of literary development Teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge on literary development in upper secondary education.
Do Teachers Need Instructional Analogies to Teach Mother-Tongue (L1)? – Teachers’ Perceptions and Representations of Difficult Topics in Mother-Tongue Education
pedagogical interaction Shaping Meanings through Genre: An Analysis of a Personal Experience Narrative in a Graduate Course
pedagogy Culture, language, knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events, and science literacy for all: She says, he says, they say
The Evolution of the French Field of La didactique de l’écrit: Theorizing the Teaching Practices of Writing in the Disciplines
Using video dubbing activities in primary Chinese classroom for creative writing, a case study of students with multilingual background
peer evaluation Effecten van leerlingenrespons op aspecten van stelvaardigheid. [Effects of Student Peer Feedback on Some Aspects of Written) Composition Skills]
peer mentoring The academic writing of teacher candidates: Connecting speaking and writing
peer response Peer response and students' revisions of their narrative writing
peer-led literature circles Co-elaboration of meaning in peer-led literature circles in secondary school.The interplay between reading modes, quality of talk, and collaboration modes.
personal experience narrative Shaping Meanings through Genre: An Analysis of a Personal Experience Narrative in a Graduate Course
personal writing Personal interests as incentive fo professional writing. Towards a writing pedagogy for Dutch universities of applied sciences
phenomenology Understanding reading development: A phenomenological perspective.
phenomenology, , academic english, literacy, deaf college students, college nstructors The role of teachers in the academic English literacy acquisition experiences of deaf college students.
philosophy of education Mother tongue teachers need wisdom - An Aristotelian view on the professional knowledge and identity of L1 teachers in upper secondary school. A case study.
phological awareness The development of phonological awareness throughout the school years: The case of a transparant orthography
phonetic errors Development of Spelling Skills in Children with and without Learning Disabilities
phonetisation procedures Invented spelling programmes and the access to the alphabetic principle in kindergarten.
phonic approach The stability of gender-related differences in early reading development in Polish children
phonological awareness Book Review: Brady, S. A., Braze, D., & Fowler, C. A. (Eds.). (2011). Explaining individual differences in reading: theory and evidence. New York: Psychology Press.
Cognitive differences in second language learners and the critical period effects
Early writing development in L1 English speaking children
Invented spelling programmes and the access to the alphabetic principle in kindergarten.
Phonological processing and reading in a semi-transparent orthography (Polish)
Promoting alphabetic skills of young children with hearing loss in co-enrollment versus individual inclusion.
phonology An understanding of the literacy levels of students, who are deaf/hard-of-hearing in the United States, China, and South Korea.
The dynamics of written language acquisition
Written language skills and the notion of 'lexicon'
phronesis Mother tongue teachers need wisdom - An Aristotelian view on the professional knowledge and identity of L1 teachers in upper secondary school. A case study.
pirls Family resources and students’ reading attainment: Capitalising on home factors
plagiarism The teaching of writing in the upper secondary school in the age of the internet and mass media culture
play French Children’s Literature for ‘the Children of the Videosphere'
pleasure French Children’s Literature for ‘the Children of the Videosphere'
plurilingual competence Linking “Heritage Language” Education and Plurilingual Repertoires development: evidences from drawings of Portuguese pupils in Germany.
plurilingual education Language competition and challenges in pluralingual education: The case of a Hakka school in Taiwan
Policy in practice: Primary school English teachers learning about plurilingual and intercultural education
plurilingualism. Expanding Dimensions of L1 Metalinguistic Activity
poetry Poetry reading and writing: enhancing Literacy in less proficient readers of five to eight years
policy Second tier professionals: English teachers in England.
Technology in L1: A review of empirical research projects in Scandinavia 1992-2014
The teaching of literature at the crossroads: Means or goal?
polish Phonological processing and reading in a semi-transparent orthography (Polish)
polish educational system Mother-Tongue teaching in Poland: The dynamics of change
politics in education Competing disciplinarities in curricular L1. A Norwegian case
politics of language education Turkish Cypriot literature course in emerging cultural and educational policies
poor readers Vocational students talk about texts in small groups
portfolio How about genres? - Using writing portfolios as tools of reflection, assessment and professional develo,ent of prospective wrting teachers
portugal Language Planning in the Portuguese Democracy (1974-2004)
On the development of textual competence in primary education
practice related research Developing writing in different School Subjects: Professional Development of Teachers
practitioner inquiry Inquiry-based professional learning of English-literature teachers: Negotiating dialogic potential
The literature classroom: Spaces for dialogue.
pre-alphabetic phase of writing The emergence of writing: Children's writing during the pre-alphabetic spelling phase
pre-school education Initial learning to read in kindergarten – formal and research perspective
Language education in the pre-school years: Learning about teachers’ learning through an in-service program
pre-school teachers' professional learning Language education in the pre-school years: Learning about teachers’ learning through an in-service program
pre-service teacher education Emergent literacy beliefs in preschool and kindergarten contexts
pre-vocational education Instructional theory of Language Lessons
preschool Literacy practises in kindergartens and conceptualisations about written language among Portuguese preschool children
Read-alouds in kindergarten classrooms and the nature of literary understanding.
preschool and primary school Reading and spelling acquisition in Polish: Educational and linguistic determinants
preschool children Invented spelling programmes and the access to the alphabetic principle in kindergarten.
preschool education A Short Term Longitudinal Study Of Classroom Book Reading In Greek Kindergarten Schools
preschool/kindergarten Emergent literacy beliefs in preschool and kindergarten contexts
preschoolers The influence of environmental print on preschoolers’ literacy development in a two-alphabets’ society
prescoolers Visual aspects of written texts: Preschoolers view comics
primary education Effects of Fluency Training on the Application of Linguistic Operations in Writing
L1 Communicative-textual competence of Greek upper elementary school students
Learning about science through writing
primary school High quality interaction in the classroom. A focus for professional learning.
Reading comprehension in primary school: textbooks, curriculum, and assessment
The use of complex reading materials in first grade
Writing and teaching literature. The role of hypertextual and metatextual writing activities on three school levels
primary schools Continuity and change in language arts textbooks in Greek primary schools.
print-based sign Using ASL and print-based sign to build fluency and greater independence with written English among deaf students.
problem solving strategies How Do University Students Solve Linguistic Problems? A Description of the Processes Leading to Errors
procedural writing For a definition of the teaching/learning of writing in L1: Research and action.
process The Evolution of the French Field of La didactique de l’écrit: Theorizing the Teaching Practices of Writing in the Disciplines
professional autonomy Writing in the literacy era: Scandinavian teachers’ notions of writing in mother tongue education
professional development Catalyst leading experienced primary teachers to change ways they teach reading
Inquiry-based professional learning of English-literature teachers: Negotiating dialogic potential
Policy in practice: Primary school English teachers learning about plurilingual and intercultural education
Professional learning and change: The experience of literature teacher educators
Public and personal domains: Professional standards for teachers of English in Australia.
Teachers learning in a London school: autonomy and development in the 1950s
professional learning High quality interaction in the classroom. A focus for professional learning.
Inquiry-based professional learning of English-literature teachers: Negotiating dialogic potential
Signs of construction of a professional learning community in language education: A case study
The literature classroom: Spaces for dialogue.
professional standards Public and personal domains: Professional standards for teachers of English in Australia.
professional writing Personal interests as incentive fo professional writing. Towards a writing pedagogy for Dutch universities of applied sciences
professionalism English teaching in New Zealand: In the frame and outside the square.
Second tier professionals: English teachers in England.
professionalization Framing teaching and teachers? National board English language arts certification in the US.
progressive teaching, processes of teaching, digital learning material, danish subject. Teaching in the Danish subject – Progressive or traditional?
pseudo-words The development of reading skills in a sample of Portuguese normal readers and dyslexic children
psychogenesis Invented Spanish spelling: Stress and intonation
pupils’ literary reception Planet Isis: the Gender Specific Reception of a Youth Book
putaiao Curriculum and language in Aotearoa New Zealand: From science to Putaiao
qta Questioning the Author in a Scandinavian context
qualifications Constructing English in New Zealand: A report on a decade of reform
quality of talk Co-elaboration of meaning in peer-led literature circles in secondary school.The interplay between reading modes, quality of talk, and collaboration modes.
randomized control trial A randomized control trial of Shared Evaluation Pedagogy: The near-term and long-term impact of dialogically organized reading instruction
rapid naming Phonological processing and reading in a semi-transparent orthography (Polish)
rationality forms Activity systems as cultural, cognitive and linguistic contexts for improving reading and writing practices in rural school
reader behaviour Reading at home in Franca. A psycho-sociological look at youth literature, youth and their families.
reader response Exploring the horizon of the literature classroom: Reader response, reception theories and classroom discourse
Research and innovation in the Teaching of Literature in Australian Secondary Schools: the Last Thirty Years
reading A randomized control trial of Shared Evaluation Pedagogy: The near-term and long-term impact of dialogically organized reading instruction
Beyond Functional Aspects of Reading Literacy: Theoretical Structure and Empirical Validity of Literary Literacy
Improving students’ narrative comprehension through a multiple strategy approach. Effects of Dialogic Strategy Instruction in secondary school.
Minding Metaphors: Rethinking the Ecology of Written Language
Mother Tongue Education in Brazil: A battle of two worlds
Observation of reading and writing activities: Effects on learning and transfer
Poetry reading and writing: enhancing Literacy in less proficient readers of five to eight years
Practical experience of teaching/learning the written French language from children’s literature at elementary school.
The development of reading skills in a sample of Portuguese normal readers and dyslexic children
The relationship between the impressive and the expressive component of written speech and the level of executive functions in children aged 3-11 years
Using Trend Line Data to Plan and Evaluate Literacy Instruction
What place for literature in the education of French-speaking countries? A comparison between Belgium, France, Quebec and Switzerland.
reading accuracy Working memory and reading ability in children - a psycholinguistic perspective
reading achievement Effective literacy teaching practices in Portugal: A study in first grade
reading acquisition Book Review: Brady, S. A., Braze, D., & Fowler, C. A. (Eds.). (2011). Explaining individual differences in reading: theory and evidence. New York: Psychology Press.
Phonological processing and reading in a semi-transparent orthography (Polish)
Reading and spelling acquisition in Polish: Educational and linguistic determinants
The stability of gender-related differences in early reading development in Polish children
reading and spelling development Educational Influence on Reading and Spelling: A Comparative Study of Three French First-Grade Classes
reading and spelling difficulties The development of phonological awareness throughout the school years: The case of a transparant orthography
reading and writing The didactic conditions of emergent literacy: A comparative study of curricula and teaching tools in France and Quebec
reading and writing difficulties Predicting and explaining teachers’ documentation practices for students’ reading and writing difficulties
reading and writing processes Using the Concept of Genre in a Writing Workshop: Description of a Learning Environment
reading around the text Reading around the text: On the diversity of reading practices in the new popular literary culture
reading at home The role of literature in L1-Education: Six Francophone studies. Introduction
reading attitude Literary response and attitude toward reading fiction in secondary education: Trends and predictors
reading chinese Pedagogical correlates of reading comprehension in English and Chinese
reading competence Beyond Functional Aspects of Reading Literacy: Theoretical Structure and Empirical Validity of Literary Literacy
reading comprehension Assessments of reading comprehension: Different measures, different explanatory variables and achievement
Enhancing comprehension in low achieving 9th graders: A quasi-experiment study
Exploring syntactic structures in first-language education: effects on literacy-related achievements
Reading Books to Young Children: What It does and doesn`t do.
Reading comprehension in primary school: textbooks, curriculum, and assessment
Recognition of figurative language and reading ability in Polish school children
Research on the riole of classroom discourse as it effects reading comprehension
The relation between strategic reading strategies and reading comprehension
Vocational students talk about texts in small groups
reading development Understanding reading development: A phenomenological perspective.
Working memory and reading ability in children - a psycholinguistic perspective
reading disabilities Book Review: Brady, S. A., Braze, D., & Fowler, C. A. (Eds.). (2011). Explaining individual differences in reading: theory and evidence. New York: Psychology Press.
reading education models Initial learning to read in kindergarten – formal and research perspective
reading english as a second language Pedagogical correlates of reading comprehension in English and Chinese
reading events Co-constructing writing contexts in classrooms: Scaffolding, collaboration, and asymmetries of knowledge
reading in school The role of literature in L1-Education: Six Francophone studies. Introduction
reading instruction Book Review: Brady, S. A., Braze, D., & Fowler, C. A. (Eds.). (2011). Explaining individual differences in reading: theory and evidence. New York: Psychology Press.
Effective literacy teaching practices in Portugal: A study in first grade
Navigating between disorder and control: Challenges and choices when teaching reading strategies in the L1 classroom
Pedagogical correlates of reading comprehension in English and Chinese
The influence of instructional support and teaching practices on first raders reading and writing. A comparative study in whole language and phonics classes.
reading intervention Developmental changes of early reading skills in six-year-old Polish children and GraphoGame as a computer-based intervention to support them
reading levels An empirically grounded theory of literary development Teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge on literary development in upper secondary education.
reading literacy Beyond Functional Aspects of Reading Literacy: Theoretical Structure and Empirical Validity of Literary Literacy
The construction of ideal reader in German and Finnish text-books for literacy education
reading literature 'Reading it my way': Responding to literature in a conflicted multicultural setting—the role of language
reading material The use of complex reading materials in first grade
reading modes Co-elaboration of meaning in peer-led literature circles in secondary school.The interplay between reading modes, quality of talk, and collaboration modes.
reading practices Reading at home in Franca. A psycho-sociological look at youth literature, youth and their families.
Research and innovation in the Teaching of Literature in Australian Secondary Schools: the Last Thirty Years
reading skill Developmental patterns of relationships between inhibitory control and reading skill in early-school children
reading strategies Instruction in self-questioning as a literary reading strategy: An exploration of empirical research
The relation between strategic reading strategies and reading comprehension
Understanding reading development: A phenomenological perspective.
Vocational students talk about texts in small groups
reading strategy Effects of instruction on deriving word meaning from context and incidental word learning
Effects of reading strategy instruction in secondary education. A review of intervention studies
reading, writing, literacy, developmental perspective Developing Literacy at the Beginning of Secondary School through Mythical Tales and Acting
reading-writing connections Writing from sources: The effect of explicit instruction on college students' processes and products
reading/writing interplay Contexts For Learning To Be Literate: Some Evidence From Greek Pre-Primary Education Setting
reception theories Exploring the horizon of the literature classroom: Reader response, reception theories and classroom discourse
recontextualization The assignment transformed: Building a disciplinary affinity space in student blogs
reflection Developmentally appropriate practice: Pedagogical interpretations in a bilangual head start classroom
Integrating theory and practice. Learning to teach L1 language and literature.
reflection. narrative, teacher education Writing narrative reflections in teacher education.
reflective pathways How future teachers develop professional knowledge through reflective writing in a dialogical frame
reflective practice Translingual approaches to reading and writing: Centering students’ languages and cultures within reflective practices of translation
reform policy Framing teaching and teachers? National board English language arts certification in the US.
reformulation Learning about science through writing
Reformulation: a means of constructing knowledge in shared writing
register Applied stylistic approaches to the teaching of literary texts
relationship with writing For a definition of the teaching/learning of writing in L1: Research and action.
reliability Assessment of writing ability in secondary education: comparison of analytic and holistic scoring systems for use in large-scale assessments
Teachers as raters: Investigation of a long term writing assessment program
religion Our Lady of Guadalupe at school: picture books, preservice teachers, and the discourse of religious (il)literacy
remix Exploring the intertextualities in a grade 7 student’s graphic narrative
representations of writing For a definition of the teaching/learning of writing in L1: Research and action.
reproduction of reading experiences Adolescent reading and the reproduction of literary judgement: what adolescent book reviews of self-selected texts reveal
research Opening -- and sustaining -- dialogue: From practice to theory and back
research traditions Teachers Constructing Knowledge on Mother Tongue Education
resistance to change The transition from English to Mother-tongue Chinese as medium of instruction. Issues and problems as seen by Hong Kong teachers.
response to literature Does writing contribute to improving high school students' approach to literature?
Tensioning interpretive authority during dialogic discussions of literature
review Psychology and The teaching of writing in 8000 and some words
review methodology Technology in L1: A review of empirical research projects in Scandinavia 1992-2014
review of research Research on the riole of classroom discourse as it effects reading comprehension
revision How Do University Students Solve Linguistic Problems? A Description of the Processes Leading to Errors
Peer response and students' revisions of their narrative writing
rhetoric of science Minding Metaphors: Rethinking the Ecology of Written Language
rural communities Activity systems as cultural, cognitive and linguistic contexts for improving reading and writing practices in rural school
rural mexican schools Community and classroom contexts for understanding nature and naturally occurring events in rural schools in Mexico
scaffolding Scaffolding the argumentative writing via human rights teaching in the Greek elementary school
school ethnography "You don't need to know the Turkish word". Immigrant minority language teaching policies and practice in the Netherlands
school knowledge Activity systems as cultural, cognitive and linguistic contexts for improving reading and writing practices in rural school
school literacy practices Reading at home in Franca. A psycho-sociological look at youth literature, youth and their families.
school novel Understanding the educational landscape through the school novel
school radio A School Radio: Socio-Discursive Interaction Tool in the School
school subject Analyzing Writing in Academic Disciplines: A few concepts.
school subjects and academic disciplines The contested introduction of linguistics in the Dutch exam; A historical curriculum study on the relationship between school subjects and academic disciplines
schoolbook The first schoolbook – the tool of reproducing culture by the child or the tool of child's participation in culture?
science “Coming to Know”: Weaving Aboriginal and Western science knowledge, language, and literacy into the science classroom
science education Curriculum and language in Aotearoa New Zealand: From science to Putaiao
Teaching science to French-speaking students in English Canada using an instructional congruence model involving discourse-enabling strategies
science learning Science learning in the contexts of culture and language practices: Taiwanese perspective
science literacy Science Literacy for All Students: Language, Culture, and Knowledge about Nature and Naturally Occurring Events
Science literacy for all: influences of culture, language, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events
science literacy for all Culture, language, knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events, and science literacy for all: She says, he says, they say
science, worldview Language, culture, ontological assumptions, epistemological beliefs, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events: Southern African perspective
scientific approaches to literature reading Understanding literary reading: The need for a scientific approach? Review essay
scientific discourse Science literacy for all: influences of culture, language, and knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events
scientific language/discourse Science Literacy for All Students: Language, Culture, and Knowledge about Nature and Naturally Occurring Events
scientific writing Learning about science through writing
second language acquisition Cognitive differences in second language learners and the critical period effects
second language learning The graphabet and bujian approach at acquiring Hanzi (Chinese character) writing skill
second language writing Observational Learning in Instructional Second Language Writing
secondary education Effects of reading strategy instruction in secondary education. A review of intervention studies
How do secondary school students write poetry? How creative writing processes relate to final products.
The effects of adapting writing instruction to students' writing strategies
The knowledge base for mother-tongue education focused on context in upper secondary school
The relation between strategic reading strategies and reading comprehension
Using nformation and communication technologies in the production of texts in secondary schools: A shared commitment of pedagoical training
secondary school Concerns of secondary school teachers about reforming Chinese language instruction with the use of a Comprehension Process Model of reading in Hong Kong
Writing and teaching literature. The role of hypertextual and metatextual writing activities on three school levels
secondary schooling Mother-Tongue teaching in Australia: The case of New South Wales
secundary education Linguistics in the secondary education
seeing Catalyst leading experienced primary teachers to change ways they teach reading
self image Poetry reading and writing: enhancing Literacy in less proficient readers of five to eight years
self-assessment Writing from sources: The effect of explicit instruction on college students' processes and products
self-perceptions The impact of literature education on students' perceptions of self and others: Exploring personal and social learning experiences in relation to teacher approach
self-positioning Literate texts, articulating selves: Qualities of author's presence. Writing-out loud: Creating author's presence in literate texts
self-questioning Self-questioning in the literature classroom: Effects on students’ interpretation and appreciation of short stories.
Verbal interaction & literary understanding. Introduction
self-reflection Catalyst leading experienced primary teachers to change ways they teach reading
semiopictorial knowledge Interactive readings of children’s literature in day care: Microgenetic analysis of the semiopictorial construction.
short term memory Working memory and reading ability in children - a psycholinguistic perspective
sign language It Boggles My Mind: Using Games to teach Students who are Deaf
Using Sign Language to teach written language: an analysis of the strategies used by teachers of deaf children in a bilingual context.
single grade schools Discussion during text processing in modern Greek language
situated learning Spanish language, cultural knowledge and teachers’ professional development in an English-only environment
skill The dynamics of written language acquisition
skill model Understanding reading development: A phenomenological perspective.
slef-questioning Instruction in self-questioning as a literary reading strategy: An exploration of empirical research
soc profile Concerns of secondary school teachers about reforming Chinese language instruction with the use of a Comprehension Process Model of reading in Hong Kong
social capital Family resources and students’ reading attainment: Capitalising on home factors
social construction False Friends and true: An annotated cross-cultural glossary of Terms
social discourse practices Community and classroom contexts for understanding nature and naturally occurring events in rural schools in Mexico
social environment A Genre Teaching in Different Social Environments: An Ex-periment with the Genre Detective Story
social perceptions The impact of literature education on students' perceptions of self and others: Exploring personal and social learning experiences in relation to teacher approach
social practices The assignment transformed: Building a disciplinary affinity space in student blogs
social representations Interculturality and intercultural education – representations and practices of a group of educational partners
Linking “Heritage Language” Education and Plurilingual Repertoires development: evidences from drawings of Portuguese pupils in Germany.
social reproduction Writing for life? A case study of affordances of writing in four L1 upper secondary classrooms.
social spaces Participation in literature and content subject classes: Culture, ethnicity and social space(s)
socialization Kind and unkind communicative behaviour of cartoon characters as a source of language competence for young children
socio-cognitive conflict The Impact of a Cooperative Approximate Spelling Situation in a Kindergarten Setting
socio-discursive interactionism; Developing Writing Skills Through the Use of Blogs
socio-discursive interactionisme A Genre Teaching in Different Social Environments: An Ex-periment with the Genre Detective Story
socio-interactionism Mother Tongue Education in Brazil: A battle of two worlds
spanish Using nformation and communication technologies in the production of texts in secondary schools: A shared commitment of pedagoical training
spatial competence Relations between the children's spatial thinking and their linguistic and communicative skills
speaking apprehension The dimensionality of speaking and writing: A multilevel factor analysis of situational, task and school effects.
spelling Explicit and Implicit Training of Subject-Verb Agreement Processing in 3rd and 5th Grades
Exploring syntactic structures in first-language education: effects on literacy-related achievements
Orthographic performances in a Portuguese primary school: A longitudinal study in third and fourth grades
spelling acquisition Reading and spelling acquisition in Polish: Educational and linguistic determinants
spelling development Beginning spelling and literacy approaches: A comparative study between French and Québécois first-grade classes
Declared Knowledge of Beginning Writers
Linguistic factors and invented spelling in children: The case of French beginners in children
spelling difficulties Development of Spelling Skills in Children with and without Learning Disabilities
spoken discourse The academic writing of teacher candidates: Connecting speaking and writing
stages of learning to read and write Inhibitory control and literacy development among 3- to 5-year-old children
standard english Dialect interference in the writing of primairy school children in the commonwealth of Dominica
stimulating pupil’s executive functioning Factual text comprehension tasks as a tool for stimulating executive functions in 9- to 10-year-old children
stimulating tasks Factual text comprehension tasks as a tool for stimulating executive functions in 9- to 10-year-old children
story appreciation Self-questioning in the literature classroom: Effects on students’ interpretation and appreciation of short stories.
storybook reading Reading Books to Young Children: What It does and doesn`t do.
storybook-reading Promoting alphabetic skills of young children with hearing loss in co-enrollment versus individual inclusion.
storytelling Read-alouds in kindergarten classrooms and the nature of literary understanding.
strategic knowledge Students' note-taking as a knowledge construction
strategic reading The relation between strategic reading strategies and reading comprehension
strategies for processing literary texts On literary interpretation - an investigation of student´s strategies for processing literary texts
strategy instruction Improving students’ narrative comprehension through a multiple strategy approach. Effects of Dialogic Strategy Instruction in secondary school.
stress Invented Spanish spelling: Stress and intonation
structural awareness Structural awareness, variation theory and ICT support
structured text talks Vocational students talk about texts in small groups
student writer False Friends and true: An annotated cross-cultural glossary of Terms
studying reading Effects of observational learning on studying text. Effects of Observational Learning on Students’ Use of and Attitude towards Reading and Learning Strategies
stylistics Applied stylistic approaches to the teaching of literary texts
subject discourses Literature, literacy and the discourses of English teaching in england: A case study
subject pedagogy Integrating theory and practice. Learning to teach L1 language and literature.
subject position Analyzing Writing in Academic Disciplines: A few concepts.
subjectivity Subjectivity and intersubjectivity in the teaching and learning of writing
subject–verb agreement Explicit and Implicit Training of Subject-Verb Agreement Processing in 3rd and 5th Grades
syllabus Interculturality and intercultural education – representations and practices of a group of educational partners
syllabuses Mother-Tongue teaching in Australia: The case of New South Wales
Mother-Tongue teaching in Poland: The dynamics of change
symbolic capital The digital divide: Differences in computer use between home and school in low socio-economic households
synchronous chat From recreation to reflection: Digital conversations in educational contexts
tacit knowledge What are skills? Some fundamental reflections
taiwan Science learning in the contexts of culture and language practices: Taiwanese perspective
talking Teachers learning in a London school: autonomy and development in the 1950s
task specific apprehension The dimensionality of speaking and writing: A multilevel factor analysis of situational, task and school effects.
teacher as learner Teachers Constructing Knowledge on Mother Tongue Education
teacher as researcher Teachers Constructing Knowledge on Mother Tongue Education
teacher attitudes Predicting and explaining teachers’ documentation practices for students’ reading and writing difficulties
The digital divide: Differences in computer use between home and school in low socio-economic households
teacher autonomy Framing teaching and teachers? National board English language arts certification in the US.
teacher behavior Stimulating students’ academic language. Opportunities in instructional methods in elementary school mathematics
teacher checklist High quality interaction in the classroom. A focus for professional learning.
teacher education Becoming a professional (and other dissidents acts). Language and literacy teaching in an age of neoliberal reform
Bridging the creative and the critical
Harry Potter and the Quest for Knowledge: A Commonplace for Reflecting on Learning and Teaching
Integrating theory and practice. Learning to teach L1 language and literature.
Literacy competences in cultural diverse classrooms: experiences of teachers
Our Lady of Guadalupe at school: picture books, preservice teachers, and the discourse of religious (il)literacy
Spinning a Tale: Intertextuality and Intertextual Aptitude
Teaching heritage German and Russian through authentic material in Jyväskylä, Finland – a multiple case study design
Technology in L1: A review of empirical research projects in Scandinavia 1992-2014
Two Decades of Research on Teaching Writing in the Secondary Schools in the US
What place for literature in the education of French-speaking countries? A comparison between Belgium, France, Quebec and Switzerland.
Writing from sources: The effect of explicit instruction on college students' processes and products
teacher interaction strategies High quality interaction in the classroom. A focus for professional learning.
teacher knowledge, aristotelian concept of knowledge, practical judgement, construction of knowledge, wisdom On teachers’ knowledge, skills and wisdom – and the inevitability of language
teacher manual Designing and using lesson plans for teaching writing skills - IAIMTE 2015 slide show
teacher training Emergent literacy beliefs in preschool and kindergarten contexts
From recreation to reflection: Digital conversations in educational contexts
Integrating Technology Into Mother-Tongue Education: Examples from Hebrew
Using nformation and communication technologies in the production of texts in secondary schools: A shared commitment of pedagoical training
teacher's feedback Subjectivity and intersubjectivity in the teaching and learning of writing
teachers as researchers Literary praxis: Engaging with texts in classroom settings
Teachers as action researchers: Towards a model of induction
teachers assessment Framing teaching and teachers? National board English language arts certification in the US.
teachers’ concerns Concerns of secondary school teachers about reforming Chinese language instruction with the use of a Comprehension Process Model of reading in Hong Kong
teachers’ interpretations Teachers’ interpretations of the concept-context approach for L1 education.
teachers' practice Mother tongue teachers need wisdom - An Aristotelian view on the professional knowledge and identity of L1 teachers in upper secondary school. A case study.
teachers' professional identity Mother tongue teachers need wisdom - An Aristotelian view on the professional knowledge and identity of L1 teachers in upper secondary school. A case study.
teaching A Genre Teaching in Different Social Environments: An Ex-periment with the Genre Detective Story
Developing Writing Skills Through the Use of Blogs
Navigating between disorder and control: Challenges and choices when teaching reading strategies in the L1 classroom
The Use of Didactic Sequences and the Teaching of L1: An Analysis of an Institutional Program of Teaching Writing at School.
teaching approach The impact of literature education on students' perceptions of self and others: Exploring personal and social learning experiences in relation to teacher approach
teaching literature Teachers as action researchers: Towards a model of induction
Writing and teaching literature. The role of hypertextual and metatextual writing activities on three school levels
teaching method The graphabet and bujian approach at acquiring Hanzi (Chinese character) writing skill
teaching methods Harry Potter and the Quest for Knowledge: A Commonplace for Reflecting on Learning and Teaching
teaching of writing The Effect of Psycholinguistic Research on the Teaching of Writing
teaching practices Effective literacy teaching practices in Portugal: A study in first grade
Read-alouds in kindergarten classrooms and the nature of literary understanding.
teaching profiles Stimulating students’ academic language. Opportunities in instructional methods in elementary school mathematics
teaching reading Pedagogical correlates of reading comprehension in English and Chinese
teaching standards Framing teaching and teachers? National board English language arts certification in the US.
teaching strategies Using Sign Language to teach written language: an analysis of the strategies used by teachers of deaf children in a bilingual context.
teaching styles, learning styles It Boggles My Mind: Using Games to teach Students who are Deaf
teaching thinking Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age
teaching/learning A School Radio: Socio-Discursive Interaction Tool in the School
technology Integrating Technology Into Mother-Tongue Education: Examples from Hebrew
Introduction
technology in l1 education Technology in L1: A review of empirical research projects in Scandinavia 1992-2014
teenagers Teenagers and young adults: Putting Reading in its Place.
text comprehension Discussion during text processing in modern Greek language
Factual text comprehension tasks as a tool for stimulating executive functions in 9- to 10-year-old children
Multicultural contexts and comprehension of youth literary texts.
text planning The contribution of different components of working memory to knowledge transformation during writing
text processing Discussion during text processing in modern Greek language
text quality Improving the quality of primary school children’s narration of personal events: An intervention study on the use of evaluation strategies
Writing Hypertext: Learning and Transfer effects
text talk Questioning the Author in a Scandinavian context
text types On the development of textual competence in primary education
The Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts in the United States and teaching English language learners: Focus on writing
text-creating competence Relations between the children's spatial thinking and their linguistic and communicative skills
text-oriented approach L1 Communicative-textual competence of Greek upper elementary school students
textbook analysis Literature learning and task design in Hong Kong Chinese language text-books
The Portuguese language area in secondary education curriculum: Contemporary processes of reconfiguration.
textbooks Continuity and change in language arts textbooks in Greek primary schools.
European Identities in Mother Tongue Education
Reading comprehension in primary school: textbooks, curriculum, and assessment
The construction of ideal reader in German and Finnish text-books for literacy education
textual competence For a definition of the teaching/learning of writing in L1: Research and action.
On the development of textual competence in primary education
textual revision For a definition of the teaching/learning of writing in L1: Research and action.
texual practice Dep(ict)ions: Pre-service English teachers engage with ICTs
the nordic model The L1 subject in a world of increasing individualism. Democratic paradoxes in Norwegian L1 classrooms
thematic education Planet Isis: the Gender Specific Reception of a Youth Book
theoretical frame for learning to teach Integrating theory and practice. Learning to teach L1 language and literature.
theory of education Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the Internet Age
thinking aloud Understanding metaphors in poetic texts: towards a determination of interpretative operations in secondary school students’ engagement with imagery
thinking development Coming closer to literature: Learning and instruction in a constructivist spirit.
time Minding Metaphors: Rethinking the Ecology of Written Language
traditional ecological knowledge “Coming to Know”: Weaving Aboriginal and Western science knowledge, language, and literacy into the science classroom
transactional instructional strategies Discussion during text processing in modern Greek language
transactional strategy instruction model Co-elaboration of meaning in peer-led literature circles in secondary school.The interplay between reading modes, quality of talk, and collaboration modes.
transfer Effects of reading strategy instruction in secondary education. A review of intervention studies
Writing Hypertext: Learning and Transfer effects
transformation The assignment transformed: Building a disciplinary affinity space in student blogs
transition from lower secondary to upper secondary school Voice and narrative in L1 Writing
translation Translingual approaches to reading and writing: Centering students’ languages and cultures within reflective practices of translation
translingual Translingual approaches to reading and writing: Centering students’ languages and cultures within reflective practices of translation
transparant orthography The development of phonological awareness throughout the school years: The case of a transparant orthography
two-alphabets society The influence of environmental print on preschoolers’ literacy development in a two-alphabets’ society
undergraduate writing Writing, Assessment, and the Authority of the Disciplines
university education Students' note-taking as a knowledge construction
university language The future of Afrikaans as university language within a multilingual environment: the language debate at Stellenbosch
upper secondary school Mother tongue teachers need wisdom - An Aristotelian view on the professional knowledge and identity of L1 teachers in upper secondary school. A case study.
use and perception of language On literary interpretation - an investigation of student´s strategies for processing literary texts
validity The dimensionality of speaking and writing: A multilevel factor analysis of situational, task and school effects.
variation theory of language Structural awareness, variation theory and ICT support
vertical discourse Writing for life? A case study of affordances of writing in four L1 upper secondary classrooms.
video dubbing Using video dubbing activities in primary Chinese classroom for creative writing, a case study of students with multilingual background
visual grammar Exploring the narrative art of David Wiesner: using a grammar of visual design and learning experiences on the world wide web.
visual literacy Exploring the narrative art of David Wiesner: using a grammar of visual design and learning experiences on the world wide web.
The teaching of writing in the upper secondary school in the age of the internet and mass media culture
Visual aspects of written texts: Preschoolers view comics
vocabulary Effects of instruction on deriving word meaning from context and incidental word learning
vocabulary acquisition Reading Books to Young Children: What It does and doesn`t do.
voice Exuberant, voiceless participation: an unintended consequence of dialogic sensibilities?
Voice and narrative in L1 Writing
voice in academic writing Literate texts, articulating selves: Qualities of author's presence. Writing-out loud: Creating author's presence in literate texts
ways of knowing Culture, language, knowledge about nature and naturally occurring events, and science literacy for all: She says, he says, they say
wheel of writing Writing education and assessment in Norway: Towards shared understanding, shared language and shared responsibility
whole language approach The influence of instructional support and teaching practices on first raders reading and writing. A comparative study in whole language and phonics classes.
william stokoe Topics in the education of d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. Introduction to Special Issue on d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing students
word attack Early writing development in L1 English speaking children
word identification Early writing development in L1 English speaking children
word images Visual aspects of written texts: Preschoolers view comics
word meaning Effects of instruction on deriving word meaning from context and incidental word learning
work projects A School Radio: Socio-Discursive Interaction Tool in the School
working memory Phonological processing and reading in a semi-transparent orthography (Polish)
The contribution of different components of working memory to knowledge transformation during writing
Working memory and reading ability in children - a psycholinguistic perspective
world wide web E-credibility: Building common grounds in web environments
Exploring the narrative art of David Wiesner: using a grammar of visual design and learning experiences on the world wide web.
writer identity Voice and narrative in L1 Writing
writing Assessment of writing ability in secondary education: comparison of analytic and holistic scoring systems for use in large-scale assessments
Bridging the creative and the critical
Designing and using lesson plans for teaching writing skills - IAIMTE 2015 slide show
Does writing contribute to improving high school students' approach to literature?
Effecten van leerlingenrespons op aspecten van stelvaardigheid. [Effects of Student Peer Feedback on Some Aspects of Written) Composition Skills]
Effects of Fluency Training on the Application of Linguistic Operations in Writing
IAIMTE 2015 Daniel Cassany keynote talk June 4: Slide show
IAIMTE 2015 Deborah Brandt keynote talk June 3: Slide show
Improving linguistic fluency for writing: Effects of explicitness and focus of instruction
Instructional theory of Language Lessons
Invented spelling in the Greek context
Mother Tongue Education in Brazil: A battle of two worlds
Observation of reading and writing activities: Effects on learning and transfer
Practical experience of teaching/learning the written French language from children’s literature at elementary school.
Scribendo Discimus (We Learn by Writing): Expressive writing as a means to improve expository writing in a Latin classroom
Subjectivity and intersubjectivity in the teaching and learning of writing
Teachers learning in a London school: autonomy and development in the 1950s
The Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts in the United States and teaching English language learners: Focus on writing
The contribution of different components of working memory to knowledge transformation during writing
The relationship between the impressive and the expressive component of written speech and the level of executive functions in children aged 3-11 years
The structure of writing processes as revealed by secondary task demands
Using nformation and communication technologies in the production of texts in secondary schools: A shared commitment of pedagoical training
What place for literature in the education of French-speaking countries? A comparison between Belgium, France, Quebec and Switzerland.
Writing Hypertexts: Proposed effects on writing processes and knowledge acquisition
Writing in School Contexts. Introduction to a special theme issue of L1-Educational Studies of Language and Literature
writing a personal account Improving the quality of primary school children’s narration of personal events: An intervention study on the use of evaluation strategies
writing about literature The effects of adapting writing instruction to students' writing strategies
writing across the curriculum Developing writing in different School Subjects: Professional Development of Teachers
writing apprehension Effecten van leerlingenrespons op aspecten van stelvaardigheid. [Effects of Student Peer Feedback on Some Aspects of Written) Composition Skills]
The dimensionality of speaking and writing: A multilevel factor analysis of situational, task and school effects.
writing as a process L1 Communicative-textual competence of Greek upper elementary school students
writing as self-relevation Literate texts, articulating selves: Qualities of author's presence. Writing-out loud: Creating author's presence in literate texts
writing assessment Greek Elementary School Pupils’ Narrative Skills and Current Language Teaching Material: A longitudinal study
Teachers as raters: Investigation of a long term writing assessment program
Two Decades of Research on Teaching Writing in the Secondary Schools in the US
writing assessments Blow Em’ Up or Make Em’ Better? High-Stakes Writing Assessments
Informing writing: The benefits of formative assessment. A Carnegie Corporation Time to Act report
writing conferences Co-constructing writing contexts in classrooms: Scaffolding, collaboration, and asymmetries of knowledge
writing development Dialect interference in the writing of primairy school children in the commonwealth of Dominica
Explicit and Implicit Training of Subject-Verb Agreement Processing in 3rd and 5th Grades
How hearing and hearing-impaired children differentiate emergent writing from drawing.
writing education Writing education and assessment in Norway: Towards shared understanding, shared language and shared responsibility
writing expertise The contribution of different components of working memory to knowledge transformation during writing
writing in higher education The Evolution of the French Field of La didactique de l’écrit: Theorizing the Teaching Practices of Writing in the Disciplines
writing in mte professional autonomy Writing in the literacy era: Scandinavian teachers’ notions of writing in mother tongue education
writing in the disciplines Trends in American research on college composition, 1960-2005.
Writing, Assessment, and the Authority of the Disciplines
writing instruction Developing writing in different School Subjects: Professional Development of Teachers
Improving the quality of primary school children’s narration of personal events: An intervention study on the use of evaluation strategies
Literate texts, articulating selves: Qualities of author's presence. Writing-out loud: Creating author's presence in literate texts
writing pedagogy Personal interests as incentive fo professional writing. Towards a writing pedagogy for Dutch universities of applied sciences
writing process How about genres? - Using writing portfolios as tools of reflection, assessment and professional develo,ent of prospective wrting teachers
Trends in American research on college composition, 1960-2005.
writing processes Effecten van leerlingenrespons op aspecten van stelvaardigheid. [Effects of Student Peer Feedback on Some Aspects of Written) Composition Skills]
How do secondary school students write poetry? How creative writing processes relate to final products.
Hypertext writing versus linear writing: Effects on pause locations and production activities and its relation with text quality
Psychology and The teaching of writing in 8000 and some words
Writing Hypertexts: Proposed effects on writing processes and knowledge acquisition
writing quality The structure of writing processes as revealed by secondary task demands
Writing, Assessment, and the Authority of the Disciplines
writing research Research in writing, postsecondary education, 1984-2003
Research in Writing, Preschool Through Elementary, 1983-2003
Two Decades of Research on Teaching Writing in the Secondary Schools in the US
writing social reproduction Writing for life? A case study of affordances of writing in four L1 upper secondary classrooms.
writing strategies The effects of adapting writing instruction to students' writing strategies
writing tasks The structure of writing processes as revealed by secondary task demands
writing to learn How future teachers develop professional knowledge through reflective writing in a dialogical frame
writing universe Analyzing Writing in Academic Disciplines: A few concepts.
writing workshop Using the Concept of Genre in a Writing Workshop: Description of a Learning Environment
writing, learning to learn, writing assigments Writing - across the curriculum? Different teachers - different education?
writing, peer tutoring, interaction, professional development, active and selfdirected learning "Increase Contact" - interaction in learning (to teach) writing
writing-to-communicate Psychology and The teaching of writing in 8000 and some words
writing-to-learn Does writing contribute to improving high school students' approach to literature?
Psychology and The teaching of writing in 8000 and some words
The effects of adapting writing instruction to students' writing strategies
Writing and the making of meaning: an introduction
written context Effects of instruction on deriving word meaning from context and incidental word learning
written language Literacy practises in kindergartens and conceptualisations about written language among Portuguese preschool children
The comparison of written language abilities between Cypriot oral deaf and hearing children.
Using Sign Language to teach written language: an analysis of the strategies used by teachers of deaf children in a bilingual context.
written production The Use of Didactic Sequences and the Teaching of L1: An Analysis of an Institutional Program of Teaching Writing at School.
written speech Inhibitory control and literacy development among 3- to 5-year-old children
written speech development The relationship between the impressive and the expressive component of written speech and the level of executive functions in children aged 3-11 years
written text Developing Writing Skills Through the Use of Blogs
young adults Reading at home in Franca. A psycho-sociological look at youth literature, youth and their families.
young readers Reading grammatically: Exploring the 'constructiveness' of literary texts.
youth literature Cultural and linguistic context and didactic cognition of youth literature
Multicultural contexts and comprehension of youth literary texts.
youth speech in l1; cognitive linguistics, school “School? You go because you have to”. The conceptualization of school in Polish and American Youth Speech: Cognitive and Educational perspectives
[shaping meanings through genre: an analysis of a personal experience narrative in a graduate course] Shaping Meanings through Genre: An Analysis of a Personal Experience Narrative in a Graduate Course