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The three-cueing model : Down for the count ?

@inproceedings{Columnist2013TheTM,
  title={The three-cueing model : Down for the count ?},
  author={Dr Kerry Hempenstall Columnist},
  year={2013}
}
The three-cueing system is well-known to most teachers. What is less well known is that it arose not as a result of advances in knowledge concerning reading development, but rather in response to an unfounded but passionately held belief. Despite its largely uncritical acceptance by many within the education field, it has never been shown to have utility, and in fact, it is predicated upon notions of reading development that have been demonstrated to be false. Thus, as a basis for decisions… Expand

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