Language, literature, and at-risk children

Roser, Nancy L.; Hoffman, James V.; Farest, Cynthia
April 1990
Reading Teacher;Apr90, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p554
Academic Journal
Describes an effort to infuse quality literature and related instructional strategies into traditional reading/language arts program serving primarily limited English-speaking students. Implementation of language to literacy program; Literature sharing techniques; Use of language charts.


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