Independent Practice: Kids at Work

Baskwill, Jane
August 1989
Teaching Pre K-8;Aug/Sep89, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p76
Discusses the importance of giving students each day time to engage in literacy activities of their own choosing on language education. Role of teachers in Independent Practice; Determination of activity time; Self-imposed drill.


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