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Re-Reading Families

The Literate Lives of Urban Children, Four Years Later (Practitioner Inquiry)
  • 160 Pages
  • 0.58 MB
  • English
Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Secondary schools, Social Science, Education / Teaching, Sociology, Children"s Literature - General, Language Experience Approach, CHILDREN_BOOKS AND READING, EDUCATION, URBAN, Literary Criticism & Collections / Children"s Literature, READING_PARENT PARTICIPATION, Parenting - Child Rearing, Sociology - Urban, Books and reading, Case studies, City children, Education, Parent Participation, Reading, United S
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Open LibraryOL9613799M
ISBN 100807747912
ISBN 139780807747919

Four years after publishing her provocative study, Reading Families: The Literate Lives of Urban Children, Compton-Lilly revisits the same group of urban students (then first graders, now fourth and fifth graders) and their with rare longitudinal data from follow-up interviews and reading assessments, she once again upsets widespread misconceptions about reading and urban families.5/5(1).

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