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Children's Inquiry: Using Language to Make Sense of the World

by Judith Wells Lindfors

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Children's Inquiry: Using Language to Make Sense of the World

Grades K – 5
Type Book
Pages 274
Published January 1999
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

Description  

Lindfors introduces a theoretical framework for understanding children's inquiry language-as communication acts in which the child brings another into the act of sense-making-and uncovers new possibilities for our understanding of how children learn.

 

Lindfors, Judith Wells. 1999. Children's Inquiry: Using Language to Make Sense of the World. New York: Teachers College Press and Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 

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