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ERIC Number: ED001809
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 138
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TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN TO READ. PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE (NOVEMBER 14-16, 1962).
CUTTS, WARREN G.
A CONFERENCE ON BEGINNING READING INSTRUCTION WAS ATTENDED BY PROFESSIONAL AUTHORITIES AND LEADERS IN THE FIELD OF READING AND RELATED DISCIPLINE AREAS. THE PURPOSE OF THE CONFERENCE WAS TO REPORT ON RESEARCH IN CANADA AND ENGLAND, AS WELL AS IN THE UNITED STATES, AND TO REVIEW A VARIETY OF PRACTICES IN ELEMENTARY READING. THE BULLETIN WAS DESIGNED TO AID IN UNDERSTANDING NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND TO PROMPT A DEEPER STUDY OF THE PROBLEM ASSOCIATED WITH BEGINNING READING. AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF TRENDS IN BEGINNING READING SINCE 1900 WAS INCLUDED. PARTICULAR ATTENTION WAS GIVEN TO CURRENT READING PRACTICES. REPORTS ON RECENT EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAMS AND RESEARCH STUDIES PRESENTED FINDINGS IN SUCH AREAS AS READING READINESS, PRESCHOOL READING INSTRUCTION, READING IN KINDERGARTEN, USE OF THE AUGMENTED ROMAN ALPHABET, AND THE LANGUAGE-EXPERIENCE APPROACH TO READING. POSSIBLE FUTURE TRENDS IN BEGINNING READING INSTRUCTION ARE SEEN FROM THE POINTS OF VIEW OF A RESEARCH DIRECTOR, A CURRICULUM PLANNER, A TEACHER EDUCATOR, AND A READING SPECIALIST.
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Authoring Institution: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Identifiers: CANADA; DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; ENGLAND