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Literature, Literacy, and Comprehension Strategies in the Elementary School

by Joy F. Moss

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Literature, Literacy, and Comprehension Strategies in the Elementary School

Grades K – 8
Type Book
Pages 279
Published October 2005
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English



Joy F. Moss focuses on literature units structured around read-aloud/think-aloud group sessions in which students collaborate to construct meaning.

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