The Effectiveness Of Whole Language Approaches On The Oral Literacy Skills Of Bilingual Pre-School Children Identified As Speech Impaired [New York State Association for Bilingual Education, Vol. 9]

Elizabeth Ziminsky

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This investigation examined the effects of whole language methods on the average number of verbalizations per minute of bilingual pre-schoolers identified as speech impaired. The subjects received instruction through whole language methods over a 5-week period. All instruction was provided in the whole language methods on increased oral production was resolved. However, increased motivation, eagerness and interest in activities when whole language methods were implemented were recorded. 

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Elizabeth Ziminsky. The Effectiveness Of Whole Language Approaches On The Oral Literacy Skills Of Bilingual Pre-School Children Identified As Speech Impaired [New York State Association for Bilingual Education, Vol. 9] (1994). New York State Association for Bilingual Education: Staten Island, NY. (9 pages).

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New York State Association for Bilingual Education
Staten Island, NY
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