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Journal Access

As a logged-in member of UKLA you have full access to Literacy and the Journal of Research in Reading.

Use this Sunday Evening Plan from Dr Tina Rae to help children to regulate their feelings and prepare them for the school routine in the week ahead.
Use this Monday Morning Plan from Dr Tina Rae to help children to regulate their feelings and prepare them for the school routine in the week ahead.
Catch up on the resources from the chat on ‘Reading Fluency’ led by Susan Reid and Rachel Clarke on 11/03/21.
This issue includes UKLA publications news, literacy in lockdown, the Lost Wor(l)ds project, and more on our UKLA student research prize.
UKLA believes that children’s first experiences of narrative are often from the films they watch.
Catch up on the resources from the chat on ‘Reading Comprehension’ led by Jamie Evans and Jo Tregenza on 11/02/21.
Share this page with pupils and their parents to hear a new story read aloud every day during half-term, from Monday 15th to Friday 19th February 2021.
UKLA believes that literacy and early literacy learning can be theorised in different ways.
Catch up on the resources from the chat on ‘Vocabulary’ led by Kelly Ashley and Gemma Gibson on 14/01/21.
This paper illustrates the theories, beliefs and values, and the classroom practices that underpin broad, balanced and inclusive approaches to literacy education in the early years.
Hear Rebecca Simpson Hargreaves talking with Christine Lockwood about the joys of teaching poetry.
Catch up on the resources from the chat on 'Diversity and Inclusion' led by Imogen Maund and Rich Charlesworth on 10/12/20.
You’ll definitely want to take note of all of the advice included and recommended points of reference!
UKLA's selection of recommended books that educate on black culture and promote voices of black authors in literacy for readers of all ages.
View one of our past magazine issues included below to see the useful content that you can expect from this publication as a UKLA member.
UKLA believes that developing a teacher-writer identity enhances approaches to writing in the classroom.
UKLA believes that reading/viewing and writing/designing often work across modes, media, and genres for contemporary learners.
UKLA believes the assessment of English is necessary but should not only (or always) be ‘high stakes’.
Here you will find content features from English 4-11 magazine to highlight this fabulous member resource!
Our Autumn issue of the members' newsletter
The UKLA Book Awards team and teacher judges announce the winners of the 2020 Awards for the 4 categories.
UKLA's selection of recommended books that promote diversity in literacy for readers of all ages.

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