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ERIC Number: ED017396
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May
Pages: 16
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Reference Count: 0
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THE INDIVIDUALIZED APPROACH TO READING INSTRUCTION--KEY CONCEPTS.
NEWMAN, ROBERT E.
A DETAILED OUTLINE OF KEY INDIVIDUALIZED READING PRINCIPLES AND GUIDELINES FOR THEIR APPLICATION TO SUBURBAN AND INNER-CITY SITUATIONS ARE PRESENTED. THE APPROACH IS SUGGESTED FOR GRADED, TEAM-TAUGHT, OR SELF-CONTAINED CLASSROOM GROUPINGS IN THE TOTAL ELEMENTARY READING CURRICULUM. TWO INTERDEPENDENT PRINCIPLES RECOMMEND THAT THE CHILD BE HELPED TO BE ON HIS OWN TO DEVELOP AT HIS OWN PACE TOWARD SKILLFUL AND INDEPENDENT LEARNING AND THINKING AND THAT THERE BE A TWO-WAY INSTRUCTIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHER AND PUPIL. TEN GUIDELINES ARE OFFERED FOR IMPLEMENTING THESE PRINCIPLES DURING THE DEPENDENT PHASE, THE EARLY INDEPENDENT PHASE, AND THE INDEPENDENT PHASE DURING WHICH THE CHILD LEARNS TO THINK REFLECTIVELY. A DETAILED ACCOUNT OF "THE RIVERVIEW SCHOOL STORY" IS RELATED AS AN EXAMPLE OF THE APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES PRESENTED. THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE (SEATTLE, MAY 4-6, 1967). (MC)
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Identifiers: Syracuse University NY