Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Americans have been enamored with the achievements of industry until recently considered successful. In fulfilling the goal that all citizens should be literate, assembly line techniques associated with industry have been extrapolated to educational programs for children. The development of the total product has been broken into small segments. Reading instruction, too, frequently has been oversimplified and associated with a scope and sequence of skills for children to master. Students have been subjected to pretest, teach, posttest with mastery of language fragments measured by a percentage level assuming that learning has taken place.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Jeanne McLain Harms
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©1987 Michelle A. Sand
Sand, Michelle A., "Facilitating science understanding through children's literature" (1987). Graduate Research Papers. 3276.