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Examining the Literacy Practices of Home, School, and Community: When Does Difference Make a Difference?
A mismatch between the intended purpose of a curriculum strategy and the discourse understandings of students that enable them to engage in the activity is a common occurrence when the purposes of the curriculum strategy are not apparent to the students. This is more likely to happen in schools in multicultural societies.
Author/Creator: Cairney, Trevor H.
Date Published: 04-00
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