Education Endowment Foundation:New episode of ​‘Evidence into Action’ – ​‘Exploring the complexities of reading comprehension’

New episode of ​‘Evidence into Action’ – ​‘Exploring the complexities of reading comprehension’

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Today, the EEF has published the latest episode of our Evidence into Action’ podcast, Exploring the complexities of reading comprehension’.

Regular host Alex Quigley is joined by Caroline Bilton, assistant headteacher at Cragside primary school and the EEF’s literacy specialist, to discuss teaching reading comprehension with our expert panel: 

  • Professor Kate Nation, experimental psychologist and expert on language and literacy development in school children, explains the process of learning to comprehend text; (Start – 19:43);
  • Hydeh Fayez, Year 5 teacher and evidence lead in education, highlights the importance of exposing children to high-quality texts; (19:48 – 31:41); and
  • Stella Jones, Director of Teaching and Learning at Town End Associate Research School, describes her school’s approach to improving pupils’ reading fluency. (31:48 – End)

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