Coordinating a literacy support program with classroom instruction

Richek, Margaret Ann; Glick, Linda Conviser
March 1991
Reading Teacher;Mar91, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p474
Academic Journal
Details a resource program developed by the authors to ensure curriculum consistency while enriching and augmenting classroom instruction and overall literacy development. The program involves four classes in an overcrowded Chicago school.


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