Research Publications for Susan J H (Sue) Dymock
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Dymock, S., & Nicolson, T. (2017). To what extent does children’s spelling improve as a result of learning words with the look, say, cover, write, check, fix strategy compared with phonological spelling strategies?. Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties, 22(2), 171-187. doi:10.1080/19404158.2017.1398766
Dymock, S. (2017). Recognising dyslexia in second language learners. In ESOL Literacy Sharefest. Conference held at , Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand.
Dymock, S., & Nicholson, T. (2017). By rule or by rote? To what extent does children’s spelling improve as a result of learning words with the LOOK, SAY, COVER, WRITE, CHECK, FIX strategy, compared with phonological spelling strategies?. In New Zealand Association for Research Conference. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Dymock, S. (2017). There must be a better way - The case against the New Zealand Literacy Strategy and some examples of how we can help students who fall by the wayside. Literacy Forum NZ, 32(3), 6-16.
Nicholson, T., & Dymock, S. (2017). Zero to hero. In Swings and roundabouts (Spring 2017 ed., pp. 18-19). Wellington, New Zealand: Early Childhood Council.
Dymock, S. (2016). Catering for students with dyslexia in your classroom. In Navigating Literaseas: New Zealand Literacy Association 39th National Conference. Conference held at the Copthorne, Waitangi, Bay of Islands, New Zealand.
Nicholson, T., & Dymock, S. J. H. (2015). The New Zealand Dyslexia Handbook. A guide to understanding dyslexia in children and youth, with strategies for assessing and teaching reading and spelling. Wellington, New Zealand: NZCER Press.
Dymock, S. J. H. (2015). The story of two boys with dyslexia: How a chance meeting and a lot of hard work changed the lives of William and Ryan. In Learning Disabilities Association of New Zealand Conference. Conference held at Forum North, Whangarei, New Zealand.
Dymock, S. J. H., & Nicholson, T. (2015). William: The story of a boy who overcame the challenge of words. In 2015 New Zealand Literacy Association Conference. Conference held at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand.
Dymock, S. J. H., & Nicholson, T. (2015). How reading published stories and making story webs can work together to enhance classroom story writing. Literacy Forum NZ, 30(3), 35-42.