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Using Whole Language to Incorporate African-American Literature into Developmental Reading/Writing Classes

Explains how whole language classes differ from traditional developmental classes and illustrates how both African American and Caucasian students benefit from a whole language approach. Makes a case for the importance of using African American literature as well as other literature. Describes reading and writing assignments. (TB)

  • Author/Creator: McLaughlin, Margaret A., et al.,
  • Date Published: Oct
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Teaching English in the Two-Year College
  • Number: 3
  • Volume: 22
  • Year: 1995

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