Developing literary appreciation and literacy skills: A blueprint for success

Flood, James; Lapp, Diane
September 1994
Reading Teacher;Sep94, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p76
Academic Journal
Presents a blueprint for action that incorporates teaching children to appreciate literature and to develop literacy skills. Paradigms and traditions in the development of literacy skills; Emphasis on instruction in traditional comprehension skills; Literature-response groups; Presentation of a plan for literature discussion.


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