Teaching and Learning
The chapter presents a background to the controversial reading wars. It also examines how these historical debates might be better understood in light of the striking variations in amounts and type of instruction children receive in classrooms, the specificity of schooling effects, and what is taught and what constitutes a meaningful instruction.
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