Early intervention and culture: preparation for literacy, the interface between theory and practice
Unesco Publishing, Dec 31, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 352 pages
This book focuses on child development and early intervention in relation to literacy acquisition from a cross-cultural perspective. It is particularly addressed to researchers, programme developers, governments, non-governmental and international organizations working in the fields of child development and literacy.
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Issues in Theory and Practice
A Plea for a Differentiated Approach
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