Beyond the Reading Wars
A Balanced Approach to Helping Children Learn to Read
Edited by Robyn Ewing
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Beyond the Reading Wars by Robyn Ewing
Book DescriptionUseful for teachers and parents of primary children struggling to undertand the often bitter debate related to teaching of reading. Specially the meris or disadvantages of using so-called whole language versus phonetics methods. Explores the history and latest research about reading process and pedagagy with practical tips and insights.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781875622665
Classification: Communication studies , Literacy , Teaching of a specific subject
Format: Paperback Pages: 160
Imprint: Primary English Teaching Association (PETA)
Publisher: Primary English Teaching Association (PETA)
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2006
Country of Publication: Australia
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