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Which is true of reading methods?

1. Quality literature aids success
for all reading materials.

2. Whole language has been proven
to be the most comprehensive
reading method.

3. Experiences focused on written
language are the most beneficial
to children.

Would number one be the best answer?

  • Language Arts/ Reading -

    Which do YOU think is correct and why? If we know that, we can help you better.


  • "Please reply to this"----------------- -

    I think number 1 is the best answer because you must have rich,strong base in quality literature.
    However,experiences are important because they are needed in order to promote reading.

  • Language Arts/ Reading -

    I agree with you that #1 is best.

    Yes, experiences are important, but not necessarily experiences "focused on written language." Young children don't have a large store of those yet!


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