Reading and the Special Learner

Moore, Sharon Arthur; Moore, David W.; Wilson, Barry J.
March 1990
Reading Teacher;Mar90, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p507
Academic Journal
Focuses on the book 'Reading and the Special Learner,' edited by Carolyn Hedley and John Hicks. Development of reading, writing and language abilities for the special learner; Theories for intervention in reading; Cognitive models that emphasize the strategic, developmental and social nature of reading.


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