An Integrated Language Perspective in the Elementary School: An Action Approach

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Longman, 1999 - Education - 407 pages
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This groundbreaking text was the first in its field to present practical, research-based guidance on creating an integrated classroom. The hallmark feature of the text, known as "webs," enables students to easily incorporate integrated units within t he classroom. The text also offers practical and critical curriculum paradigms, and clearly shows the reciprocal relationship between assessment and instruction. The text is solidly grounded in cognitive, linguistic, and curriculum theory, but also does an excellent job of examining what goes on in the classroom minute-by- minute, day-by-day.

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University of Illinois, Chicago

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