Teaching reading in the primary classroom

Farrell, Mirelle
May 1997
Primary Educator;1997, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p8
Discusses methods of teaching reading in the primary classroom. Establishment of a reading program; Allotment of Drop Everything and Read time to students; Engagement of students in poetry writing; Items taken up in the student program's daily literacy sessions.


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