Language Development: A Reader for Teachers (2nd Edition)
This classic book combines landmark studies from key theorists with practical classroom examples in language development. Current and future teachers are given step-by-step guidance regarding the theories behind language development and inquiry techniques for understanding and investigating links between language and literacy in the classroom. Upon completing the book, readers will have the ability to test theories by observing and documenting language in their classrooms. Learning How to Research Language in Your Classroom; Historical Perspectives and Landmark Studies; Talk in Schools; Sociocultural and Personal Perspectives. For current and future teachers.
Specifications of Language Development: A Reader for Teachers (2nd Edition)
|Author||Brenda Miller Power, Ruth Shagoury Hubbard|
|Publisher||Merrill Prentice Hall|
|Number Of Pages||256|
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