Where do we go from here in early literacy research and practice

Morrow, Lesley Mandel
January 1999
Issues in Education;1999, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p117
Academic Journal
Discusses other strategies for early literacy development other than those mentioned in the essay by Michael Pressley and Richard Arlington. Acquisition of literacy before a child enters school; Utilization of a broad perspective in early literacy development; Meaning based storybook reading strategies, and writing and oral language development, as they relate to the acquisition of reading.


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