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ERIC Number: ED011810
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Feb
Pages: 156
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Reference Count: 0
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LINGUISTICS IN READING INSTRUCTION.
ROGERS, JOHN R.; AND OTHERS
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR THE CLASSROOM TEACHER OF READING ARE REPORTED BY PARTICIPANTS OF AN INSTITUTE ON THE APPLICATION OF LINGUISTICS TO SPELLING AND READING INSTRUCTION. CHAPTER 1, "PHONEMICS AND ORTHOGRAPHY IN READING INSTRUCTION," TRACES SIGNIFICANT RELATIONSHIPS AMONG PHONEMICS, PHONETICS, PHONICS, ORTHOGRAPHY, AND READING INSTRUCTION. CHAPTER 2, "MORPHOLOGY IN READING INSTRUCTION," IS CONCERNED WITH STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS. CHAPTER 3, "SYNTAX IN READING INSTRUCTION," IS CONCERNED WITH LANGUAGE UNITS MORE COMPLEX THAN THE SINGLE WORD, AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH READING INSTRUCTION. CHAPTER 4, "DIALECTOLOGY IN READING INSTRUCTION," DEALS WITH PROBLEMS ARISING FROM THE FACT THAT LANGUAGE PATTERNS VARY FROM AREA TO AREA AND FROM CULTURAL LEVEL TO CULTURAL LEVEL. COMPLICATED TERMINOLOGY IS SIMPLIFIED FOR THE CREATIVE TEACHER SEEKING TO DEVELOP THE CHILD'S BACKGROUND IN BASIC LANGUAGE PATTERNS IN HIS ORAL LANGUAGE IN ORDER TO FACILITATE HIS BEGINNING READING DEVELOPMENT. EMPHASIS IS PLACED UPON HELPING THE CHILD FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH THE LANGUAGE HE BRINGS TO SCHOOL, AS WELL AS UPON DEVISING MEANS OF DEVELOPING LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDINGS AND APPRECIATIONS TO FIT THE CLASSROOM SITUATION. IMPLICATIONS FOR AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE CLASSROOM TEACHER ARE DISCUSSED. FIGURES, CHARTS, TABLES, AND A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 47 ENTRIES ARE INCLUDED.
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Authoring Institution: Mississippi Univ., University. School of Education.
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