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  • Author:
    Tamara L. Burk,Ann L. Chaney
  • ISBN:
    0205189385
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    978-0205189380
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    Pearson; 1 edition (July 5, 1997)
  • Pages:
    311 pages
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Book Publishing WeChat. Chaney, A. & Burk, T. L. (1998). Teaching Oral Communication in Grades K-8. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Items related to Teaching Oral Communication in Grades K-. This book attempts to bridge the interdisciplinary gap between contemporary oral communication theory and its actual application in the K-8 classroom.

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Tamara L. Burk, College of William & Mary

Teaching Oral Communication in Grades K-8. Chaney, Formerly of the College of William & Mary. Tamara L. Burk, College of William & Mary. The authors present a coherent, useful explanation of key concepts in the development of oral communication competency combined with practical strategies of implementing these concepts, both within individual classroom and as part of a larger curriculum development effort.

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A merger of contemporary language arts and speech communication theory and practice, Teaching Oral Communication in Grades K-8 was inspired by the authors' involvement in a project to develop a language arts curriculum for K-8 high ability learners. This book attempts to bridge the interdisciplinary gap between contemporary oral communication theory and its actual application in the K-8 classroom. The authors present a coherent, useful explanation of key concepts in the development of oral communication competency combined with practical strategies of implementing these concepts, both within individual classrooms and as part of a larger curriculum development effort. For teachers of language arts and speech communication.