If you're interested in my academic work, then the best way to see what I've been writing recently is to visit my Oxford profile page which is:

The links to teaching resources are hosted at You will need to sign up for a free account to access them. If you would rather not do so, then send me a tweet or an email with the name of resource you would like and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. Some of my academic work is available there as a 'pre-print'. If it isn't, or you would like a copy of anything I've written, drop me a tweet or an email (velda.elliott at

I was also the lead author on the Educational Endowment Foundation's review of the literature on marking A marked improvement? which is freely available on the web.

Teaching Resources
Active Approaches to Teaching Grammar and Language (KS2-4), presented at NATE Conference 2013.

'Twenty five ways to differentiate' (2012) Classroom, 17, pp. 44-46.

Word document versions of all blogposts in the #LitCritforTeachers series are also available on to make it easier to print them for use. Because of the way works, you can find them under 'Drafts'.

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