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The Preliterate Student: A Framework for Developing an Effective Instructional Program. ERIC/AE Digest
A special subgroup of Limited English Speaking students is often referred to as students with limited formal schooling (LFS) or "preliterates" because they have not yet had the opportunity to learn to read. This digest explores important aspects of the LFS student population, defining LFS students and discussing their impact on schools, individualized language development plans, classroom instruction, and the assessment of the LFS student.
Contributor: Alcala, Angelo L. Corp Author Eric Clearinghouse on Assessment, Evaluation, College Park M. D.
Date Published: 09-00
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