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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2002Adult illiteracy and Sunday newspaper readership in MaltaSaid, Ivan (2002)
1991Adult literacy in the Maltese contextVancell, Joseph (1991)
2001An analysis of Maltese literacy skills of year 2 childrenGauci, Fiona Lynne (2001)
2002Boys' own stories : reading masculinitiesAbela, Myra (2002)
2006Breaking the code for all : a multisensory Maltese resource pack for developing literacyBorg, Marthese
1988A compilation of reading texts in GermanBonnici, Marlene; Camilleri, Jennifer (1988)
1996A consideration of some of the underlying skills of literacy developmentBarbara, Claire (1996); Borg, Josianne
1999A content analysis of English reading texts for year 5 of primary schoolsBorg, M'Louise
2015The design of a Maltese Literacy Programme for the early yearsSammut, Rita
2003Developing and implementing early intervention strategies for children with literacy difficultiesFarrugia, Rosienne (2003)
2012The development of a literacy assessment battery for Maltese childrenAgius, Rachael
2019A diphone-based Maltese speech synthesis systemMagro, Daniel (2019)
1998Early literacy development of Maltese infantsTanti, Angele (1998)
2004The effects of family literacy practices on a child's acquisition of literacy skillsCachia, Dorianne (2004)
2001Emergent readers' importations and behaviours during storytellingBajada, Charmaine; Grech, Kerry
2001English literacy levels among Maltese fifth formersCachia, Vanessa
2004Factors that influence the reading ability of pupils in Year 3 : a case studySchembri, Maria (2004)
1978Fil-baħar mad-Denfil, vol. 4 : analiżi ta' 'Id-Denfil 1 : stejjer' u 'Id-Denfil 2'Zammit, Rita (1978)
2000-04How well can year 2 pupils in Malta read in Maltese and English?Milton, Josephine; Mifsud, Charles
2000Illiteracy in Gozo : a study of illiteracy in Form I (low-stream) classes in secondary schoolsBajada, Charles; Refalo, Kevin