Frame Work in Language and Literacy: How Theory Informs Practice

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Many therapies and instructional models have been developed for children who have difficulties with language and literacy. How do speech-language pathologists, teachers, and other school-based practitioners decide which of these practices to implement--and why do conflicts arise between professionals from different disciplines? This important volume surveys a range of approaches to addressing children's language and literacy disabilities, focusing on the underlying interpretive concepts, or frames, that set different ...

Frame Work in Language and Literacy: How Theory Informs Practice 2003, Guilford Publications, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781572309494

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