Whole language--yet again

Moore, Sharon Arthur; Moore, David W.
October 1991
Reading Teacher;Oct91, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p156
Book Review
Reviews several books about child-centered learning in a whole-language curriculum. Includes `Creating the Child-Centered Classroom,' by Susan Schwartz and Mindy Pollishuke; `Children Learning Through Literature: A Teacher Researcher Study,' by June McConaghy; `The Whole Language Kindergarten,' by Shirley C. Raines and Robert J. Canady; others.


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