Teaching African American Learners to Read: Perspectives and Practices (illustrated Edition)

Teaching African American Learners to Read: Perspectives and Practices (illustrated Edition)

By: Mary Eleanor Rhodes Hoover (editor), Irving Pressley McPhail (editor), Bill Hammond (editor)Hardback

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This collection of original, adapted, and previously published articles fills a critical need for professional literature that documents successful research-based practices and programs that teach African American children to read. Thoughtful commentary on historic and current issues, discussion of research-based best practices, and examples of culturally appropriate instruction help you identify and select the best practices and programs that will lead your African American learners to reading success.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780872075405
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 357
  • ID: 9780872075405
  • ISBN10: 0872075400
  • edition: illustrated Edition

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