Learning in the literacy center

Frantzen, Allen J.
January 1994
Academe;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p20
Relates the author's experience in an adult literacy program about medieval language. Orientation to the program; Pedagogical tact learned in the program; Processes required to read medieval writings; Roles of teachers and students in the program; Level of expertise of tutors.


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