Teaching of reading to school beginners : a study of reading programmes in primary one in Uganda
The study examines reading programmes with the reference to the teaching/learning of reading to school beginners. The teaching of reading at the early stages is important because it is the quality of the experiences that children get that affect or lay the ... View more
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