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ERIC Number: ED001483
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 30
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PROGRESSIVE CHOICE PROGRAMMING FOR DELINQUENOGENIC COMMUNITIES, PHASE II--VALIDATION OF THE BASIC LITERACY PROGRAM.
Institute of Educational Research, Washington, DC.
A HIGH SPEED, LOW COST SYSTEM OF TRAINING AND EDUCATION WHICH CAN PROVIDE LITERACY SKILLS, JOB SKILLS, AND ACADEMIC SKILLS TO MEMBERS OF DELINQUENOGENIC COMMUNITIES WAS SOUGHT. SHORT UNITS OF PROGRAMED MATERIAL REQUIRED A RESPONSE TO THE TEXT AFTER WHICH IT FEEDS BACK THE ADEQUACY AND RELEVANCY OF THE LEARNER'S RESPONSE. POST-READING SKILLS, BASIC SCIENCE AND MATH, AND BASIC ELECTRICITY FOLLOW THE BASIC READING PROGRAM. UNDERLYING THE PROGRAM IS THE ASSUMPTION THAT LITERACY IS A PRECONDITION OF EMPLOYABILITY. READING SHOULD PROVIDE A NEW SELF-CONCEPT OF WORTH. THE EVALUATION WILL ATTEMPT TO DETERMINE, THE COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROGRAM IN A COMMUNITY AND IN AN INSTITUTIONAL SETTING, THE NEEDED TIME TO BRING LITERACY TO A 6TH GRADE LEVEL, AND THE PRACTICALITY OF THE PROGRAM IN TEACHER TRAINING AND EXPENSE. THE EVALUATION PROCESS WILL SELECT FACILITIES AND SUBJECTS FOR EXPERIMENTAL AND CONTROL GROUPS, WILL PRETEST, WILL IMPOSE THE EXPERIMENTAL VARIABLE (PROGRESSIVE READING PROGRAM), WILL POST-TEST, WILL ANALYZE DATA, AND WILL INCLUDE DATA INTERPRETATION AND PRELIMINARY REPORTING IN A FINAL REPORT.
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Authoring Institution: Institute of Educational Research, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: Accelerated Progressive Choice Reading Program; DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA