Scaffolding emergent writing in the zone of proximal development

Author(s): Bodrova, Elena; Leong, Deborah Jane;
Date Issued: 1998
Publisher(s): Reading Recovery Council of North America
Description: A journal article on an emergent writing technique, with a case study investigating its impact on kindergartners
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Journal Title: Literacy, Teaching and Learning
Volume Number: 3
Issue Number: 2
Page Range: 1-18
Journal Notes: Retrieved March 29, 2006, from http://www.readingrecovery.org/pdfs/scaffolding.pdf
Topics: Children & Child Development > Child Development & School Readiness > Early Literacy

Programs, Interventions & Curricula > Interventions/Curricula > Early Literacy
Country: United States
ISSN: 1538-4209 Paper
Peer Reviewed: no
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