3 edition of Guide to quality Even Start family literacy programs found in the catalog.
Guide to quality Even Start family literacy programs
M. Christine Dwyer
|Other titles||Even Start family literacy programs.|
|Statement||prepared for Even Start Program, Office of Compensatory Education, U.S. Department of Education ; prepared by M. Christine Dwyer.|
|Contributions||Even Start Program (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 leaves,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
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Get this from a library. Guide to quality Even Start family literacy programs. [M Christine Dwyer; Even Start Program (U.S.),]. National Even Start Association Supports the approximately federally funded Even Start Family Literacy programs across the country.
National Parent Teacher Association www. Family literacy programs take place in schools, libraries, community centers, workplace sites, and correctional institutions.
Programs range from one-time events with parents and children reading. Even Start is comprised of the following programs: Even Start Family Literacy Program; Early On/School Readiness Program; Precious Minds New Connections Program. Phonics instruction is teaching children that specific sounds belong to specific letters and letter patterns.
Phonics instructions helps children recognize and associate the sounds of the letters and letter patterns in the words they read. Phonics instruction is a vital part of a literacy program for these reasons.