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An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland
ISBN 978 1 78256 539 0 (Web only publication) ISSN 1479 7569 DPPAS 14176
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Reading, writing and pupil and teacher questionnaire results in this report have been subject to revisions (April 2015). Therefore the figures in this report have been superseded. Please refer to the SSLN 2012 supplementary tables for all revised figures.
We would like to thank the 10,100 pupils and 4,900 teachers in the 2,100 schools who took part in SSLN 2012.
Full results are available from www.scotland.gov.uk/ssln.
Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy 2012 (Literacy)
Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 What is the SSLN? 1.2 How was the survey carried out? 1.3 Interpretation of SSLN results 1.4 How will the findings be used?
Chapter 2: Assessment of reading 2.1 Assessing reading skills 2.2 Reporting reading attainment 2.3 Reading attainment 2.4 Attainment by gender 2.5 Attainment by deprivation
Chapter 3: Assessment of writing 3.1 Assessing writing skills 3.2 Writing attainment 3.3 Attainment by gender 3.4 Attainment by deprivation
Chapter 4: Assessment of listening and talking 4.1 Assessing listening and talking skills 4.2 Listening and talking attainment
Chapter 5: Pupil questionnaire 5.1 Activities in school 5.2 Attitudes to learning and literacy
Chapter 6: Teacher Questionnaire 6.1 Teaching literacy across the curriculum 6.2 Aspects of Curriculum for Excellence 6.3 Classroom activities and resources
Chapter 7: Further Information
An Official Statistics publication for Scotland
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