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The other side of E*L*I*C (Early Literacy Inservice Course) : a background to the implementation of ELIC in N.S.W. primary schools
Bib ID 2363149
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : N.S.W. Dept. of Education, [1986] 
12 p. : ill., port. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0730519546
Notes

Cover title.

At foot of title: Commonwealth Schools Commission Basic Learning in Primary schools Program, N.S.W. Dept. of Education.

"This publication was prepared by Rosalie Willcock ... [et al.]"--Contents page.

Subjects Early Literacy Inservice Course (Australia)  |  Language arts (Primary)  |  Primary school teachers -- In-service training.
Other authors/contributors Willcock, Rosalie  |  Basic Learning in Primary Schools Program (Australia)

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