Whole language approach

Whole Language (1991)

A Framework for Thinking about Literacy Work with Adults

In a whole language approach, language development - reading, writing and oral language - is integrated with learning about topics of interest. Students and teachers learn with and from each other. Whole language is not a method or technique. Rather, it is a way of thinking about language learning, and about which methods and techniques are appropriate for helping people learn.

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2005-01-31

SARAW Resource Manual (1997)

The S.A.R.A.W. Resource Manual—Learning Strategies for Inclusion of People with Disabilities was developed in response to an expressed need for teaching resources for literacy programs using the S.A.R.A.W. equipment.

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