Module Five – Part 2: b) Literature – and learners’ needs; c) Multilingual contexts; d) Parallel provision when English is a new language

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• To understand the practicalities of providing a rich language and literature experience for learners, beyond their individual reading ability, that teaches knowledge and understanding of the world (cultural literacy/capital) and underpins the two main processes of reading: word recognition and language comprehension • To be able to identify learners’ needs and plan suitable intervention […]

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