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ERIC Number: ED011494
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 92
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Reference Count: 0
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ESTABLISHING A READING CENTER, A HANDBOOK ON REMEDIAL AND CORRECTIVE READING INSTRUCTION.
RUSSELL, EARL V.; THOMPSON, CHARLES L.
THE METHODS AND MATERIALS USED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA ADVANCEMENT SCHOOL FOR TEACHING REMEDIAL AND CORRECTIVE READING TO UNDERACHIEVING EIGHTH-GRADE BOYS ARE DESCRIBED. THE AUTHORS BELIEVE THE PATTERN OF DIAGNOSIS, GROUPING, INSTRUCTION, ASSESSMENT, AND REGROUPING IS CENTRAL TO DETERMINING THE CAUSES OF POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AMONG STUDENTS OF NORMAL OR SUPERIOR INTELLIGENCE. SOME OF THE AREAS DISCUSSED ARE PRINCIPLES OF CORRECTIVE AND REMEDIAL INSTRUCTION, SUGGESTIONS ON ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE IN ESTABLISHING A READING CENTER, DIAGNOSIS, GROUPING, WHAT TO TEACH, THE LESSON PLAN, SPECIAL TEACHING TECHNIQUES (SUCH AS ALLOWING STUDENTS TO TEACH AND PURPOSELY MAKING MISTAKES), AND THE COSTS OF A READING CENTER. APPENDIXES PROVIDE INFORMATION ON READING ACHIEVEMENT TESTS, BASAL READING SERIES AND ADDITIONAL READING MATERIALS, SKILLS-GRADE LEVEL CHART, SPECIAL READING SKILLS FOR EACH ACADEMIC AREA, PACKAGED MATERIALS, INTEREST INVENTORY EQUIPMENT, SAMPLE LESSON PLANS, THE ROLES OF THE PARTICIPANTS IN A REMEDIAL READING PROGRAM, AND IMPORTANT BOOKS ON READING INSTRUCTION. (RH)
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Authoring Institution: North Carolina Advancement School, Winston-Salem.
Identifiers: NORTH CAROLINA ADVANCEMENT SCHOOL; North Carolina (Winston Salem)