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  1. The benefits of reading aloud | Institute of Education - UCL –…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2020/sep/benefits-reading-aloud

    22 Sep 2020: Dr Sam Duncan shares a number of reasons why adults read aloud and the benefits it brings, based on her study of over 500 British adults.

    Dr Sam Duncan shares a number of reasons why adults read aloud and the benefits it brings, based on her study of over 500 British adults.

  2. Will love for literature last long after lockdown? | Institute of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2020/jun/will-love-literature-last-long-after-lockdown

    16 Jun 2020: Professor Gemma Moss advises on the benefits of reading during lockdown.

    Professor Gemma Moss advises on the benefits of reading during lockdown.

  3. How do adults read aloud? | Institute of Education - UCL – University …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2020/feb/how-do-adults-read-aloud

    17 Feb 2020: Dr Sam Duncan discusses the findings of the Reading Aloud in Britain Today (RABiT) project, which explores when and why adults read aloud.

    Dr Sam Duncan discusses the findings of the Reading Aloud in Britain Today (RABiT) project, which explores when and why adults read aloud.

  4. The benefits of reading fiction | Institute of Education - UCL –…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2019/oct/benefits-reading-fiction

    28 Oct 2019: Professors Gemma Moss and John Jerrim's analysis of Pisa data find that pupils who frequently read newspapers, magazines, comics and non-fiction books did not achieve significantly higher scores in reading than those who did not.

    Professors Gemma Moss and John Jerrim's analysis of Pisa data find that pupils who frequently read newspapers, magazines, comics and non-fiction books did not achieve significantly higher scores in reading than those who did not.

  5. The agony and ecstasy of grammar | Institute of Education - UCL –…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2019/apr/agony-and-ecstasy-grammar

    1 Apr 2019: Two studies on grammar teaching in schools produced opposite conclusions on its effectiveness, but policymakers seem to have cherry-picked the positive study. Professor Dominic Wyse says neither study was conclusive as they involved only secondary

    Two studies on grammar teaching in schools produced opposite conclusions on its effectiveness, but policymakers seem to have cherry-picked the positive study. Professor Dominic Wyse says neither study was conclusive as they involved only secondary

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