Open Court Reading - Comprehension and Language Arts Skills Handbook - Grade 2 by McGraw-Hill Education
  

Open Court Reading - Comprehension and Language Arts Skills Handbook - Grade 2

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Open Court Reading - Comprehension and Language Arts Skills Handbook - Grade 2 by McGraw-Hill Education

Open Court Reading (copyright) 2002 ensures that every child receives the best reading instruction available. This structured program teaches children through a systematic and explicit scaffolding of skills that build upon each other. By taking into account the individual needs of students and providing them with practice and engaging reading materials, Open Court Reading (copyright) 2002 helps students become confident and successful readers. The result of over 40 years of scientific field-testing and research, Open Court Reading (copyright) 2002 is the most complete reading and language arts program available today.

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Format

Paperback
200 pages

Author

McGraw-Hill Education
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Publisher

SRA/McGraw-Hill an imprint of McGraw-Hill Education - Europe

Publication date

1st June 2001

ISBN

9780075702016


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