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Family Literacy: From Theory to Practice
Family Literacy: From Theory to Practice by Andrea Debruin-Parecki, Barbara Krol-Sinclair 0872075117 9780872075115
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Family Literacy: From Theory to Practice by Andrea Debruin-Parecki, Barbara Krol-Sinclair

This book fills an important void in the largely unstudied field of family literacy, providing teachers and teacher educators with much-needed theoretical perspectives underlying family literacy and their links to effective instructional practice and outcomes. Four areas of focus address the full scope of family literacy issues: theoretical perspectives related to family literacy; specific practices and strategies used to promote family literacy in collaboration with schools and communities; a close look at a variety of family literacy programs; and evaluating family literacy programs and their participants. With increased emphasis on the role of parents and adult caretakers in helping young children learn to read, this book will be a valuable tool for educators and community organizations setting up effective family literacy programs.

Author: Andrea Debruin-Parecki, Barbara Krol-Sinclair

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 336

Publisher: International Reading Association

Publication Date: 2003-05-01

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ISBN: 0872075117


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