ERIC Number: ED071069
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Reference Count: 0
Junior College Reading Programs. Highlights of the 1967 Pre-Convention Institutes.
Berg, Paul C., Ed.; George, John E., Ed.
Important considerations in planning a junior college reading program are presented. The need for a flexible reading program to meet the varied reading abilities of junior college students is emphasized, and the selection of an experienced, well-prepared reading instructor is seen as being vital to a sound program. Extensive study in the psychology of reading, diagnosis and remediation, counseling, testing and evaluation; practical experience teaching reading; and knowledge of reading research are listed as basic requirements for a junior college reading instructor. An abundance of materials designed to meet individual needs is also a basic necessity. Critical reading and teaching strategies are outlined and discussed. Flexible reading skills, vocabulary improvement, and directed reading lessons are seen as contributing to reading comprehension. References are included. (This document previously announced as ED 027 160.) (RT)
Descriptors: Critical Reading, Evaluation, Reading Diagnosis, Reading Materials, Reading Programs, Reading Skills, Teacher Qualifications, Two Year Colleges
International Reading Association, 6 Tyre Avenue, Newark, Del. 19711 ($1.75 non-member, $1.50 member)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Reading Association, Newark, DE.