Children who are fluent readers are being damaged by the Government’s insistence on using synthetic phonics in the classroom, a leading academic warns today.
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I have received many letters of tribute to the late Jacques Derrida, the French philosopher and founder of what became known as "deconstruction". I would like to print some of them today in his memory.
Monday 22 November 2004
One day in my early twenties, I found myself - not for the first time - standing beside a section marked philosophy in my local bookshop. Had the assistant walked over and asked if she could help me to find anything, I would have had trouble answering, beyond saying, in the most naive and embarrassing way, that I was looking for answers - or simply, for consolation.
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