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ERIC Number: ED001485
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 172
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BASIC LITERACY READING, UNIT 1, LESSON 4.
BLYTH, JOHN W.; AND OTHERS
LESSON 4 BEGINS THE INTRODUCTION OF QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. THE HELPER BEGINS BY ASKING A QUESTION. THE STUDENT RESPONDS BY READING THE SENTENCE INTRODUCED IN THE LAST LESSON. NEXT, THE QUESTIONS ARE READ BY THE STUDENT. PUNCTUATION IS INTRODUCED--QUESTION MARKS DENOTING QUESTIONS AND PERIODS INDICATING ANSWERS. THEN THE STUDENT IS ASKED TO READ A QUESTION AND CHOOSE FROM TWO ANSWERS. QUESTIONS BECOME MORE COMPLEX WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF "OR.""THIN" IS INTRODUCED WITHOUT A PICTURE CUE. IT IS DISCOVERED FROM THE ASSOCIATION WITH ITS OPPOSITE. DISCOVERY OF INDIVIDUAL LETTERS IS BEGUN AND THE STUDENT REALIZES THAT THE SAME LETTER IS USED IN DIFFERENT WORDS.
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Authoring Institution: Tougaloo Coll., MS.; Diebold Group, Inc., New York, NY.
Identifiers: DIEBOLD LITERACY PROJECT; NEW YORK; New York (New York)