‘Reading for pleasure’ issue
04 Why have author visits?
Alan Gibbons says a visit from an author can leave a lasting legacy, encouraging children to explore the world of books.
Reading: pain or pleasure?
Beth Davies describes how, at her school, they use exciting tactics to make reading a pleasure.
08 Get boys reading!
Experience led David Lewis to develop a programme designed to make reading attractive to boys.
10 Just for the fun of it
Nicola Illsley recommends a relaxed approach to the written word to maximise children’s enthusiasm.
12 Picture this!
Picture books are not just for babies, argues Kathryn Brereton.
14 Getting books right
Publishers want help to improve the odds that their books will sell. Mary James urges teachers to get involved.
Teacher to Teacher, written by teachers for teachers, focuses on issues you face in the classroom and the wider world of education.
We hope you enjoy these articles and find they stimulate debate in your workplace.
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