Developing Literacy: An Integrated Approach to Assessment and Instruction
"Developing Literacy focuses on the reading classroom, rather than the reading clinic, and highlights the relationship between literacy development and child development. Abundant strategies facilitate assessment and offer useful models for both whole classroom and individualized settings.
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PART ONE Foundations of Assessment and Literacy Development
Q Essential Elements of Literacy
The Psychological World
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