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ERIC Number: ED075804
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 31
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Issues in Language and Reading Instruction of Spanish-Speaking Children. An Annotated Bibliography.
Rosen, Carl L., Comp.; Ortego, Philip D., Comp.
This annotated bibliography on language and reading instruction of Spanish-speaking children is divided into six major categories. The introductory section presents fundamental issues, broad concepts, basic understandings, and related areas that are of importance to an understanding of the major topic. Section 2, "Measuring and Appraising Intelligence," has been developed so that workers can have access to some experimental studies dealing with issues related to the appraisal of these abilities in Spanish-speaking children. Section 3 presents articles which deal with some specific factors involved in the acquisition of a second language. Many of the articles were selected for their relevance to the language arts teacher in her role as a teacher of Spanish-speaking children."Factors Pertaining to Reading Achievement," section 4, includes several studies but many more theoretical articles dealing with various issues pertaining to reading for Spanish-speaking children. The articles in section 5 are related to the concept and process of bilingual education as well as to justifications for various approaches. A number of research reviews and bibliographies are included in section 6 for individuals who wish to pursue this area of study beyond this annotated collection. (Author/WR)
International Reading Association, 6 Tyre Avenue, Newark, Del. 19711 (Order No. 317, $0.75 non-member, $0.50 member)
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Authoring Institution: International Reading Association, Newark, DE.