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Children of promise : literate activity in linguistically and culturally diverse classrooms

Author: Shirley Brice HeathLeslie MangiolaSandra R SchecterGlynda A HullNational Education Association of the United States.All authors
Publisher: Washington, DC : NEA Professional Library, National Education Association, ©1991.
Series: NEA school restructuring series.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Heath, Shirley Brice.
Children of promise.
Washington, DC : NEA Professional Library, National Education Association, c1991
(OCoLC)622197021
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shirley Brice Heath; Leslie Mangiola; Sandra R Schecter; Glynda A Hull; National Education Association of the United States.; Center for the Study of Writing and Literacy.; American Educational Research Association.
ISBN: 0810618443 9780810618442
OCLC Number: 23584336
Notes: "A joint publication of National Education Association, Center for the Study of Writing and Literacy, American Educational Research Association."
Description: 64 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Cultural and linguistic differences --
Inside classrooms --
Learning through cross-age, interactive tutoring : California --
Observing and writing about teaching and learning : Texas --
Collecting and analyzing spoken and written language data : Massachusetts --
Writing, learning, and the teacher's role --
Viewing language as an instrument and object of study --
Finding expertise in the learner --
Using language for identifying and solving problems --
Literate behaviors build literacy skills --
Defining literate behaviors --
Promoting literate behaviors --
Students and teachers as co-evaluators --
The purpose of student involvement in assessment --
Building theory and practice together --
Implementing cross-grade tutoring projects.
Series Title: NEA school restructuring series.
Responsibility: Shirley Brice Heath, Leslie Mangiola ; Sandra R. Schecter, Glynda A. Hull, editors.

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