2 edition of For more effective teaching found in the catalog.
For more effective teaching
Alfred H. Krebs
Bibliography: p. 241-243.
|Statement||by Alfred H. Krebs.|
|LC Classifications||S531 .K7 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||67020929|
Effective strategies include teaching students to: identify a particular sound in a word; recognize the same sound in different words; recognize one word that begins or ends with a different sound from a group of three or four words; segment and blend the sounds in a word; and manipulate sounds in a word through deletion, addition, and.
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