Three arguments against whole language & why they are wrong
Three Arguments offers some real solutions, chief of which is making sure that all children have access to interesting reading material so they can finally achieve the standards of literacy they deserve.
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Does Context Interfere with Learning to Read?
When Whole Language Means Real Reading It Is
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