Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The Language Experience Approach (LEA) has been around a long time as a supplemental enrichment or reinforcement activity to be utilized occasionally in the traditional phonics or skills approach to teaching reading. with the advent or resurgence, depending on one's philosophy, or the whole language approach supported by Goodman (1972), Stauffer (1968), and van Allen (1967) a new look has been taken at the language experience approach and the contributions it can make in the teaching of reading. The purpose or this paper is to present LEA not only as a supplement but also as a possible viable program option to use in teaching reading to the learning disabled student.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
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©1984 Pamela Mueller Leahy
Leahy, Pamela Mueller, "The language experience approach and its possible implications for the reading disabled" (1984). Graduate Research Papers. 2765.