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ERIC Number: ED067622
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 72
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How Children Are Taught to Read.
Matthes, Carole
To successfully apply methods and materials to the student's individual needs, a teacher must be familiar with many reading methods and approaches. This book is designed to provide insights to nine different reading approaches: basal reading, language experience, individualized, linguistic, phonic, alphabetic, programed instruction, preschool reading, and reading approaches for the disadvantaged. Each approach serves as a chapter which (1) provides a definition of the approach, (2) explains the teacher's role, (3) outlines the advantages and disadvantages, (4) briefly discusses research on the approach, and (5) provides a brief summary with following references. (HS)
Professional Educators Publications, Inc., Box 80728, Lincoln, Neb. 68501 ($1.75)
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