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ERIC Number: ED012691
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jul
Pages: 27
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Reference Count: 0
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READING PROGRAMS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS. OCCASIONAL PAPERS IN READING, VOLUME I.
GREEN, RONALD
A SAMPLING OF SECONDARY SCHOOL READING PROGRAMS DESCRIBED IN THE PROFESSIONAL LITERATURE IS REVIEWED. BOTH SENIOR AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS ARE INCLUDED. FIVE MAJOR QUESTIONS ARE CONSIDERED--(1) HOW DO SECONDARY READING PROGRAMS BEGIN, (2) WHAT STUDENTS ARE INCLUDED, (3) HOW SHOULD PROGRAMS BE SCHEDULED INTO THE CURRICULUM, (4) WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SECONDARY READING INSTRUCTION, AND (5) WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF PRESENT PROGRAMS. IN THE ARTICLES REVIEWED, FOUR TYPES OF READING PROGRAMS WERE DESCRIBED. THE REMEDIAL PROGRAM WAS THE MOST COMMON. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MOVEMENT FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL READING PROGRAMS IS GIVEN. THE FUTURE IMPORTANCE OF THE REMEDIAL PROGRAM, ESPECIALLY IN RELATION TO THE DROPOUT PROBLEM, IS DISCUSSED. A 114-ITEM BIBLIOGRAPHY IS INCLUDED. (RH)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ., Bloomington. School of Education.
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