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ERIC Number: ED063094
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-May
Pages: 7
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Building Word Recognition Abilities.
Lloyd, Bruce A.
A major purpose of reading evaluation is to help the classroom teacher organize an instructional approach consisting of a closely knit system of skills, experiences, principles, and processes. Reading evaluation should have a three dimensional emphasis. The first dimension should focus on new knowledge uncovered through basic and applied research studies. The second dimension should provide opportunities for teachers to become fully involved in the evaluation process. The third dimension should determine if the breadth, depth, and scope are adequate for present and future needs in reading. Individualized reading instruction demands efficient and effective procedures for the use of classroom teachers in diagnosing reading needs and evaluating reading growth. Instructional technology has facilitated faster and more effective evaluation techniques. (AL)
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Note: Paper presented at meeting of International Reading Association (Detroit, May 9-13, 1972)