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Teaching by correspondence

ReneМЃe Fauvette Erdos

Teaching by correspondence

a study undertaken by Renée F. Erdos on behalf of Unesco.

by ReneМЃe Fauvette Erdos

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Published by Longmans, Unesco in London, Paris .
Written in English


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SeriesUnesco source books
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Open LibraryOL16836738M


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Say a few letters together during alphabet book story times. And, emphasize the letter-sound correspondence, rather than simply teaching letter recognition. (Jennifer Williams, Literacy Specialist at Calliope Global and Board Member of International Literacy Association) 8.

Use a favorite doll or action figure to create surprise collections. Being able to read with correspondence is a developmental progression which I always teach through play.

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