Classroom-based Language and Literacy Intervention: A Programs and Case Studies Approach
Classroom-Based Language and Literacy Intervention uses case studies to assist preservice and practicing teachers to understand the process of classroom-based support for language and literacy constructions. Using introductory models, illustrative examples, and detailed explanations, compensatory intervention strategies are developed for each of the students presented in the case studies. The reader can then understand the goal, as well as learn the nature and implementation of the language cueing system.
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