Family Literacy

Family Literacy This book fills an important void in the largely unstudied field of family literacy providing teachers and teacher educators with much needed theoretical perspectives underlying family literacy and t

  • Title: Family Literacy
  • Author: Andrea Debruin-Parecki Krol-Sinclair De-Bruin-Parecki
  • ISBN: 9780872075115
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This book fills an important void in the largely unstudied field of family literacy, providing teachers and teacher educators with much needed theoretical perspectives underlying family literacy and their links to effective instructional practice and outcomes Four areas of focus address the full scope of family literacy issues theoretical perspectives related to family lThis book fills an important void in the largely unstudied field of family literacy, providing teachers and teacher educators with much needed theoretical perspectives underlying family literacy and their links to effective instructional practice and outcomes Four areas of focus address the full scope of family literacy issues theoretical perspectives related to family literacy specific practices and strategies used to promote family literacy in collaboration with schools and communities a close look at a variety of family literacy programs and evaluating family literacy programs and their participants With increased emphasis on the role of parents and adult caretakers in helping young children learn to read, this book will be a valuable tool for educators and community organizations setting up effective family literacy programs.

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