Viewpoints set out UKLA’s position on key topics including talk, early reading, writing, diversity and inclusion, critical literacy, digital literacies, and spelling, punctuation and grammar.
EachViewpoint includes a statement that explains UKLA’s position in relation to the topic, gives references to relevant research and other sources, and provides at least one classroom example. Viewpoints are a rich source of information and inspiration that we hope will be used by members in many ways. As an Association, we will use Viewpoints to feed into national and international debates about literacy education but also hope that members will use them to inform developments at local or school level, and that individual teachers and student-teachers will find them a rich source of inspiration and information.
Currently you can access Viewpoints on:
- Teachers Reading
- Standard English
- Reading Comprehension
- Early Reading
- Digital Literacies
- Critical Literacy
- Children Texts
View our full collection of viewpoints in our resource section here: https://ukla.org/resource_collection/ukla-viewpoints/
More will be available later this year.