Vygotsky in the Classroom: Mediated Literacy Instruction and Assessment

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Lisbeth Dixon-Krauss
Longman, 1996 - Education - 225 pages
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An edited collection of original essays by teacher educators, Vygotsky in the Classroom shows teachers how to apply Vygotsky's ideas to literacy instruction and assessment. The text examines Vygotsky's theories and classroom applications, and relates them to specific problems in literacy instruction.

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Contents

VYGOTSKYS SOCIOHISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
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Current Practices and the Vygotskian Perspective
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EMERGING READERS AND WRITERS
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