Encouraging children to make choices about their literacy learning

Sanacore, Joseph
September 1999
Intervention in School & Clinic;Sep99, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p38
Academic Journal
Discusses how classroom teachers and special educators can help increase students' chances of being successful with their literary-learning choices. Demonstration of how to select appropriate reading materials; Time for reading immersion; Wide variety of resources to be read aloud; Promotion of the use of tape-recorded books.


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