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ERIC Number: ED015203
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 93
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Reference Count: 0
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GATEWAY ENGLISH, IDENTIFICATION AND IMAGE STORIES (A GUIDE FOR TEACHERS).
MARCATANTE, JOHN J.
THE IDENTIFICATION STORY IS AN ORIGINAL, OR ADAPTED, TEACHER-PREPARED TALE IN WHICH STUDENTS ARE CAST, ALWAYS SYMPATHETICALLY. THE IMAGE STORY IS WRITTEN BY THE TEACHER FOR A CLASS, SMALL GROUP, OR INDIVIDUAL IN AN ATTEMPT TO CAST EACH STUDENT IN A POSITIVE IMAGE THE STUDENT PREFERS. THE STUDENT-CREATED ANTHOLOGY IS A BOOKLET OF FICTIONAL, TRUE NARRATIVES, OR AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES WRITTEN BY STUDENTS AND USED, WITH THEIR PERMISSION, AS ONE OF THE READING TEXTS. THESE THREE DEVICES FOR TEACHING RETARDED READERS ARE DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED IN THIS GUIDE. THEY ARE OFFERED AS POSSIBLE AIDS WITHIN A TOTAL READING PROGRAM, NOT AS THE SOLE COMPONENTS OF SUCH A PROGRAM. STEP BY STEP EXPLANATIONS OF THE PREPARATION, USE EVALUATION, AND SHARING OF THESE DEVICES ARE PROVIDED. THE NECESSITY FOR THE TEACHER TO KNOW AND UNDERSTAND EACH CHILD IS STRESSED, BUT THE TEACHER IS CAUTIONED TO AVOID ASSUMING THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGIST. CLASSROOM-TESTED SAMPLE MATERIALS ARE INCLUDED TO ILLUSTRATE, FOR POSSIBLE EXPERIMENTAL USE, MATERIALS POPULAR WITH STUDENTS AND TO ENCOURAGE TEACHERS TO COMPOSE AND ADAPT THEIR OWN READING MATERIALS. (RD)
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Authoring Institution: City Univ. of New York, NY. Hunter Coll.
Identifiers: PROJECT ENGLISH