Dorothy S. Strickland
Use this book to establish sound instructional practices that value phonics as an important tool for understanding and using written language. Strickland sets forth the issues surrounding the phonics controversy, demonstrates how reading and phonics instruction have changed, and suggests how to help children use phonics as a key component of their overall reading development. You’ll also find suggestions for curriculum development and for articulating the phonics program to parents and the community.
© 1998 | 112 pp.
ISBN 10: 0-87207-184-7 | ISBN 10: 978-0-87207-184-1
Sale price $6.95
(reduced from $21.95) No member discount, return, or exchange are available on this special sale price
The Phonological Awareness Handbook for Kindergarten and Primary Teachers
Learning About Print in Preschool (2nd ed.)
© 1996–2013 International Reading Association. All rights reserved.