Integrated language arts in the elementary school
Integrated Language Arts in the Elementary School reflects many of the most important recent developments in language arts teaching both in the United States and internationally. In keeping with current theory and research in children's language learning, the text emphasizes the view that the language areas should not be isolated into separate areas of study but should be integrated with an emphasis on whole meaningful experiences that absorb and engage students.
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The Language Learning Environment
Creating a Classroom Environment to Support Childrens Learning
Guidelines for Creating an Integrated Language Arts Curriculum
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