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ERIC Number: ED001745
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 93
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ELEMENTARY READING GUIDE.
VIVRETTE, LYNDON; AND OTHERS
CHILDREN SHOULD BE ASSISTED TO READ AT THE FOLLOWING LEVELS, (1) WORD IDENTIFICATION, (2) CASUAL SKIMMING, (3) READING FOR EXACT, LITERAL MEANING, AND (4) CREATIVE READING FOR IMPLIED AND INFERRED MEANINGS, APPRECIATIVE REACTIONS, AND CRITICAL EVALUATIONS. THE GUIDE IS TO BE USED AS ONE OF THE TOOLS FOR TEACHERS IN AN EFFECTIVE PROGRAM OF READING INSTRUCTION AS PART OF AN INTEGRATED AND FLEXIBLE APPROACH TO A TOTAL LANGUAGE ARTS PROGRAM. THE DEVELOPMENTAL READING PROGRAM INCLUDES THE KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM, GROUPING FOR READING, LESSON PLANNING, AND THE USE OF THE SCIENCE RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC. (SRA) READING LABORATORIES. SKILLS TO BE TAUGHT ARE COMPREHENSION, WORD RECOGNITION, ORAL READING, CREATIVE READING, AND THE EXTENSION OF READING SKILLS WITH DICTIONARIES, ENCYCLOPEDIAS, AND THE "ART OF RESEARCH." THE REMEDIAL READING SECTION GIVES CRITERIA FOR THE SELECTION OF PUPILS, THE SYMPTOMS AND SUGGESTED CORRECTIONS OF READING DISABILITIES IN THE PRIMARY GRADES, A SEQUENCE OF FUNDAMENTAL WORD ANALYSIS SKILLS, AND INFORMAL TESTS OF WORD ATTACK SKILLS AND READING ABILITY. A LIST OF HIGH-INTEREST, LOW VOCABULARY BOOKS IS ALSO GIVEN. THE APPENDIXES CONTAIN A VOCABULARY COMPARISON OF THE THREE BASIC READING SERIES, POSSIBLE WEEKLY PROGRAMS, A RECORD OF SRA READING LABORATORIES AND READING LEVELS COMPLETED, A SKILL DEVELOPMENT CHART, LISTS SUGGESTED MATERIALS AND LIBRARY SKILLS BY GRADE.
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Authoring Institution: Berkeley Unified School District, CA.
Identifiers: California (Berkeley)