Whole Language: Inquiring Voices

Moore, Sharon Arthur; Moore, David W.
April 1990
Reading Teacher;Apr90, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p595
Academic Journal
Features the book 'Whole Language: Inquiring Voices,' by Dorothy Watson, Carolyn Burke, and Jerome Harste. Whole language instruction; Role of language teachers as researchers in the classrooms; Learning experience.


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