Teaching reading

Huffbenkoski, Kelly Ann; Greenwood, Scott C.
February 1995
Reading Teacher;Feb95, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p446
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of analogy instruction as a powerful tool for effective teaching. Introduction and various stages for analogies; Impact of analogies.


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