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ERIC Number: ED075784
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Nov
Pages: 73
Abstractor: N/A
Children and Reading: The Human Connectives. Proceedings of the Reading Conference (Auburn, November 10, 1972).
Noland, Ronald G., Ed.
This publication is a compilation of the talks given at the 1972 Auburn University Department of Elementary Education Reading Conference. The theme of the conference was "Children and Reading: The Human Connectives." The topics and authors include: (1) "Children and Reading: The Human Connectives," by Donald E. Carline; (2) "Solving Problems through Books: Bibliotherapy," by Janet Warren; (3) "Some Problems and Solutions of Teaching Word Attack Skills to the Slow Learner," by Virginia Smythe and Janet Ennis; (4) "Developing Oral Language Abilities in Young Children," by Juanie Noland; (5) "Toward Self Direction in Reading," by Kenneth Cadenhead; (6) "The Classroom Teacher's Role in Diagnostic Teaching," by Elizabeth Allen; (7) "Individualizing Reading in the Classroom," by June Thomas; (8) "Investigating Individualized Techniques in Teaching Word Recognition Skills," by Bobby Byrne; (9) "Using Children's Literature in a Directed Reading Lesson," by Louise Valine; (10) "USSR: Uninterrupted Sustained Silent Reading," by Linda Harvey; (11) "Establishing Early Stimulation Programs," by Dick Carroll and Eunicestine Mullins; and (12) "Children and Reading," by Donald E. Carline. (WR)
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Authoring Institution: Auburn Univ., AL. Dept. of Elementary Education.