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ERIC Number: ED019185
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 1
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SYLLABUS FOR THE TEACHING OF READING TO DISADVANTAGED YOUTH.
ROBB, JUANITA
THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN ARE DEFINED IN ORDER TO PLAN FOR THEIR REMEDIATION. THIS SYLLABUS IS DESIGNED TO MAKE TEACHERS AWARE OF THE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE OF LANGUAGE ARTS SKILLS AND TO PRESENT WAYS AND MEANS TO REMEDY SPECIFIC DISABILITIES. A FEW GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR REVAMPING EDUCATIONAL PLANNING FOR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN ARE OFFERED. PROBLEMS OF DIAGNOSIS INCLUDE THE INTERDISCIPLINARY INVESTIGATION OF PHYSICAL DETERRENTS TO LEARNING, LANGUAGE DISABILITIES, AND THE ASSESSMENT OF THE TOTAL PICTURE OF THEIR POTENTIAL ABILITY TO LEARN. INFORMAL INVENTORIES ARE FREQUENTLY MORE HELPFUL THAN THE RESULTS ON STANDARDIZED INSTRUMENTS. SETTING UP TO A REMEDIAL PROGRAM DEPENDS ON RELATING THE DIAGNOSTIC FINDINGS TO PERFORMANCE DEMANDS. SEVERAL APPROACHES TO READING ARE DESCRIBED IN RELATION TO THE LEARNING STYLE OF THE DISADVANTAGED. PROGRAMED MATERIALS AND THE LINGUISITICS APPROACH CAN BE USED SUCCESSFULLY WITH THESE PUPILS IF THE TEACHER IS SKILLED. REFERENCES ARE CITED. THIS DOCUMENT IS PUBLISHED BY THE TRAINING CENTER FOR TEACHERS OF MIGRANT AND DISADVANTAGED, OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, MONMOUTH, OREGON. (MC)
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Authoring Institution: Oregon Coll. of Education, Monmouth.
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