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ERIC Number: ED019601
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-May
Pages: 24
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING REMEDIAL CASES.
SMITH, EDWIN H.; AND OTHERS
A DISABLED READER, DEFINED AS A PERSON WHO SHOWS A SERIOUS DEFICIT IN READING ABILITY, CAN BE ONE OF TWO TYPES--CORRECTIVE CASE (IN WHOM THE CAPACITY TO LEARN IS INTACT BUT OTHER FACTORS HAVE INHIBITED PROGRESS IN READING) AND REMEDIAL CASE (A STUDENT WHOSE READING DISABILITY HAS A MORE SERIOUS CAUSE AND CANNOT BE REMOVED). IT IS THE CAUSE OF DISABILITY, NOT THE AMOUNT OF DISABILITY, THAT PLACES A STUDENT IN EITHER CLASSIFICATION. IN PART ONE OF THIS GUIDE, IDENTIFICATION OF THE REMEDIAL CASE IS DISCUSSED. PART TWO DESCRIBES METHODS OF TEACHING THE REMEDIAL CASE--FERNALD MODIFIED VAKT, COOPER, ASSOCIATION, HEGGE-KIRK-KIRK, HELLER, MODIFIED MONTESSORI, INITIAL TEACHING ALPHABET, BLOOMFIELD-BARNHART, GILLINGHAM-STILLMAN, AND SULLIVAN ASSOCIATES PROGRAMMED READING. PART THREE IS A BIBLIOGRAPHY. (AJ)
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Authoring Institution: Florida State Dept. of Education, Tallahassee.
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