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ERIC Number: ED023555
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 125
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Guidelines to Teaching Remedial Reading to the Disadvantaged.
Pope, Lillie
This manual for nonprofessional tutors in remedial reading programs outside of the established educational structure deals with specific techniques needed for teaching children, adolescents, and adults to read. It describes the problems of the student who comes for instruction and discusses the relationship between him and the tutor. It outlines in simple terms the skills that are involved in the reading act, the methods that can be used to evaluate a student's reading level and determine his special needs, the organization of a program of instruction, and the application of specific teaching techniques and materials. An inventory of elementary reading skills, a sample lesson plan, and a listing of the normal sequence for acquisition of reading skills are included. "Sound-Out Lists" with letters, words, and pictures are categorized for teaching various phonetic elements. Suggestions for teacher-made games and devices are given. A glossary, a directory of publishers, a list of commercial games, and a list of publications are included. (CM)
Faculty Press, Inc., 1449 37th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11218
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