LINGUISTICS AND THE TEACHING OF READING
AbstractEvery generation of American education seems to produce certain watchwords that are seized upon as talismans against all the ills of the body educational. The watchwords of the moment seem to be the now-famous dicta of Jerome Bruner that scholars in the forefront of their disciplines should be influential in shaping school curricula, and that any subject can be taught in some intellectually honest way to any child at any age.
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