Definition of Whole language

1. Noun. A method of teaching literacy that emphasises the recognition of words in an everyday context; often contrasted with phonics. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Whole Language

whole blood
whole blood coagulation time
whole caboodle
whole cell patch
whole chebang
whole cloth
whole enchilada
whole food
whole foods
whole gale
whole hog
whole kit
whole kit and boodle
whole kit and caboodle
whole kit and kaboodle
whole language (current term)
whole life insurance
whole lot
whole meal bread
whole meal flour
whole milk
whole mount
whole name
whole note
whole notes
whole number
whole numbers
whole package
whole rest
whole rests

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