Revising grammar instruction for authentic composing and comprehending

Barnitz, John G.
April 1998
Reading Teacher;Apr98, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p608
Academic Journal
Provides an overview of practices for facilitating syntactic aspects of authentic literacy instruction. Using authentic texts and keeping the literacy process whole; Manipulating sentence structures in contexts; Revising linguistic priorities.


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