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The Taxonomic Instruction Project: An Introduction to Taxonomic Instruction.

@inproceedings{Tannenbaum1970TheTI,
  title={The Taxonomic Instruction Project: An Introduction to Taxonomic Instruction.},
  author={Abraham J. Tannenbaum},
  year={1970}
}
DOCUMENT RESUME 40 EC 040 217 Tannenbaum, Abraham J. The Taxonomic Instruction Project: An Introduction to Taxonomic Instruction. Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y. Teachers College. Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, D.C. Bureau of Research. BR-6-2528; BR-7-1295 Jun 70 OEG-1-6-062528-2092; OEG-08-071295-4399(032) 48p. MF-$0.65 HC-13.29 Diagnostic Teaching; Discipline Problems; *Emotionally Disturbed; *Exceptional child Education; Models; *Reading; Reading Skills; *Taxonomy; Teacher Role… 
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