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literacy stories

By Ruth E. C. Prince 07/25/2010 11:01 AM EDT
the word language on a book
How morphology — viewing words as a combination of parts — can become an instructional tool for building reading skills.
By Maria Fusaro 01/06/2010 9:14 AM EST
Associate Professor Paola Uccelli
The exploration of oral language skills takes a twist when we consider children growing up in bilingual or multilingual environments.
By News editor 07/25/2009 11:19 AM EDT
PHOTOS OF HANGING BOOKS
Vicki Jacobs uses a historical perspective to delve into the relationship between content-based instruction and literacy instruction.
By Martha Ferede 07/22/2009 11:57 AM EDT
apple on books
James Kim has found that oral reading and comprehension modeling or "scaffolding" can make a significant difference.
By Michelle Bates Deakin 01/20/2009 10:04 AM EST
Illustration of schoolchildren
By Maria Fusaro 05/29/2008 2:00 PM EDT
boy reading in library
The use of many different words, not just many words, helps toddlers grow their vocabulary.
By Maria Fusaro 05/29/2008 12:13 PM EDT
Professor Eleanor Duckworth
How teachers' "critical exploration" of students' behavior can reveal the nature of their understanding.
By Newseditor 05/29/2008 10:06 AM EDT
boy and girl reading
A longitudinal study highlights family involvement as a key to literacy performance.

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