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ERIC Number: ED193622
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979
Pages: 356
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ISBN: ISBN-0-12-438850-7
The Psychology of Learning to Read.
Layton, James R.
Providing information about the interrelationships among learning, teaching, and the act of reading, this book serves as a guide for gaining an understanding of the psychological bases of the reading process. The 11 chapters discuss the following topics: (1) language and intellectual development during the formative years; (2) the aspects of child growth and development that influence beginning reading success; (3) the relationships among learning, memory, and conceptual reading processes; (4) the processes involved in reading skills development; (5) the efficacy of developmental reading programs; (6) reading and study in the subject matter areas; (7) reading processes in a total language arts program; (8) good and poor readers; (9) materials used in learning to read; (10) the relationships among language processes, intellectual processes, and reading processes; and (11) effective teaching and learning procedures. (FL)
Academic Press Inc., Publishers, 111 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10003 ($21.60 cloth)
Publication Type: Books; Information Analyses
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Language: English
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