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ERIC Number: ED001048
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 44
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COLLATERAL READING AND AUDIOVISUAL INSTRUCTION. ENGLISH, AND ADAPTED COURSE GRADES 10 TO 12, A SUPPLEMENT.
SUB-COMMITTEE OF ENGLISH CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR ADAPTED COURSE
AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF "EASY-READING" BOOKS TO BE USED BY TEACHERS IN AIDING SENIOR HIGH STUDENTS OF LIMITED VERBAL ABILITY TO FIND BOOKS FOR THEMSELVES IS PRESENTED. IN GENERAL, LESS ABLE READERS OF HIGH SCHOOL AGE ARE ATTRACTED TO SHORT BOOKS WITH ATTRACTIVE, COLORFUL JACKETS, AND STRIKING TITLES WHICH GIVE SOME CLUE TO THEIR CONTENT. IT IS THE TEACHER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO IDENTIFY EACH PUPIL'S INTEREST AND TO HELP HIM FIND APPROPRIATE BOOKS. THE TEACHER SHOULD SEEK THE COOPERATION AND HELP OF THE LIBRARIAN. THE LISTING IS MADE BY THE AUTHOR IN THE AREAS OF FICTION AND NONFICTION AND IN INTEREST AREAS OF BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS. THE SECOND PART OF THE TEXT DEALS WITH THE AVAILABILITY AND USE OF AUDIOVISUAL AIDS IN DEVELOPING THE NEEDED SKILLS OF THE STUDENTS WITH LOW LANGUAGE AND READING ABILITY. LISTS OF AVAILABLE RESOURCES AND SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES ARE INCLUDED WITH THE TEACHING TECHNIQUES.
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Authoring Institution: Philadelphia Public Schools, PA.
Identifiers: PENNSYLVANIA; Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)