An observation survey: of early literacy achievement

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Heinemann, 1993 - Education - 93 pages
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An Observation Survey introduces teachers to ways of observing children's progress in the early years of learning about literacy and leads to the selection of children for whom supplementary teaching is necessary.

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User Review  - Becky - Goodreads

The first book on reading instruction that ever made sense to me. My entire reason for wanting to become an educator. Thank you, Marie Clay! Read full review

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User Review  - Kitchengrrl - Goodreads

Not something I'm likely to use often, since this is geared towards early readers, but very well explained and laid out for those who need to learn the Running Record process as well as other early literacy assessments. Read full review

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Introduction
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