Tribute to my great-grandmother

Smith, Leslie A.
March 1999
Reading Teacher;Mar99, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p568
Academic Journal
Discusses the how the author's great-grandmother influenced her to become a teacher. Her memory of her great-grandmother; How her great-grandmother helped to foster her emergent literacy.


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