The shortlists for UKLA Wiley-Blackwell Research in Literacy Education recognise high quality articles published last year in JRR and Literacy, contributing either clear overviews of key issues or making innovative contribution to research.
Shortlists announced February 14th 2013
The UKLA/ Wiley-Blackwell Research in Literacy Education Award is a prestigious prize bestowed on the best publication to the Journal of Research in Reading and Literacy in the previous year. Both are peer-reviewed journals with international reputations for excellence.
Bianco, M., Pellenq, C., Lambert, E., Bressoux, P., Lima, L., & Doyen, A.-L. (2012). Impact of early code-skill and oral-comprehension training on reading achievement in first grade. Journal of Research in Reading, 35 (4) 427-455.
Cruz de Quirós, A. M., Lara-Alecio, R., Tong, F., & Irby, B. J. (2012). The effect of a structured story reading intervention, story retelling and higher order thinking for English language and literacy acquisition. Journal of Research in Reading, 35 (1) 87-113.
Hennessey, N.W., Deadman, A., Wılliams, C. (2012). Semantic effects on word naming in children with developmental dyslexia. JRR 35 (3) 267-286.
Yates, M. (2012). The influence of semantic neighbours on visual word recognition. JRR 35 (2) 215-226.
Lawson, H. et al. 2012. Conceptualisations of literacy and literacy practices for children with severe learning difficulties. Literacy 46(2): 101-8.
Nixon, R. (2012). Teaching narrative writing using comics: Delainey and Rasmussen, the creators of Betty, share their composing strategies as rich literacy resources for elementary teachers. Literacy, 46(2) 81-92.
Okebukola, F. 2012. The views of Nigerian teachers in public and private primary schools on the teaching of early literacy in English. Literacy 46(2): 94-100.
Stagg Peterson, S. and Kedersha McClay, J. (2012) Assumptions and Practices inusing digital technologies to teach writing in middle-level classrooms across Canada. 46 (3) 140 - 146.
Taylor, R. (2012). Messing about with metaphor: Multimodal aspects to children’s creative meaning making. Literacy, 46(3) 156-166.
Shortlist panels convened by Cathy Burnett and Julia Davies (editors Literacy) and Clare Wood (editor JRR)
Panel chair Jackie Marsh, panel members Clare Dowdall, Lynda Graham, Christine Hall, Colin Harrison, Anny Northcote, Wayne Tennant and Mary Anne Wolpert
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