A great deal of literature about writing sees it as closely interconnected with reading and talk. For some important texts, see:
- Barrs, M. & Cork, V. (2001) The Reader in the Writer, London: CLPE.
- Bereiter, C. & Scardamalia, M. (1987) The Psychology of Written Composition, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
- Cremin, T. M. and Myhill, D. (2011) Writing Voices: Creating Communities of Writers, Abingdon: Routledge.
- Grainger, T., Goouch, K. & Lambirth, A. (2005). Creativity and Writing: Developing voice and verve in the classroom, London: Routledge.
The books below offer fresh perspectives on writing across the full primary and secondary range:
- Andrews, R. (2011) Developing Writers: Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age, Maidenhead: Mcgraw Hill Education.
- Bearne, E. & Wolstencroft, H. (2007) Visual Approaches to Teaching Writing: Multimodal Literacy 5 – 11, London: Sage/UKLA.
- Fisher, R., Larkin, S., Jones, S. J. and Myhill, D. (2010) Using Talk to Support Writing, London: Sage.