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WLU is an NCTE Conference made up of whole language support groups and individual professionals interested in developing and implementing whole language in educational institutions. WLU is based on a view of whole language as a dynamic philosophy of education. Learn more by viewing the WLU Beliefs.

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WLU at NCTE Annual Convention

Join Us Today!Join WLU in Boston this November at the NCTE Annual Convention.  The Convention Preview gives a glimpse at the sessions and events available to choose from. 

Be sure to check out the whole langauge strand of sessions and the Monday workshop "Supporting Children's Search for Meaning: Children's Literature in Multimodal Ways."

 

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Talking PointsTalking Points provides a forum for parents, classroom teachers, and researchers to reflect about literacy and learning. Editor Carol Gilles invites you and colleagues that you know to submit manuscripts for the next issue.

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Fact Sheets

What Whole Language Is Not: Common Myths and Misunderstandings

CELT12 common myths about whole language are dispelled in this Fact Sheet from the Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking (CELT).

 

 

 

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