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King, Martha L.; And Others – Theory into Practice, 1974
By its very nature, informal education has built within it the major components of individualization. (HMD)
Descriptors: Child Development, Elementary Education, Individual Development, Individualized Instruction
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King, Martha L. – Theory into Practice, 1984
Language skills play an important role in learning. Teachers must understand how meanings are formed, why they are often difficult to communicate, and the importance of language in the formation and sharing of meaning. Various communication practices that inhibit or enhance the students' understanding of meaning are explored. (DF)
Descriptors: Child Language, Educational Environment, Elementary Education, Language Acquisition
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King, Martha L. – Theory Into Practice, 1975
This article discusses the language acquisition of children and how language causes anxiety in school. (RC)
Descriptors: Children, Language, Language Ability, Language Acquisition
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King, Martha L. – Theory into Practice, 1980
Children learn language by using it in the habitual and repetitive actions of daily life. The question "How do children extend their spoken language competence to writing?" is explored through examples of stories dictated by seven-year-olds. (JN)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Language Acquisition, Language Skills, Oral Language