ERIC Number: ED079689
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Patterns of Teaching Reading in the Elementary School.
Hafner, Lawrence E.; Jolly, Hayden B.
This book, which is intended as a source book for classroom teachers and reading clinicians, focuses on: (1) recommended guidelines and patterns for teaching reading skills based upon the findings of current research in teaching and learning; (2) descriptions and evaluations of new approaches and materials for reading instruction; (3) descriptions and directions for using a variety of tests and teaching aids, both teacher-made and commercially prepared; and (4) valid criteria for judging independently other new materials and methods as they are encountered. The contents of the book are: "What is Reading?"; "Measurement and Evaluation"; "Assessing and Developing Abilities Underlying Beginning Reading"; "Patterns for Teaching Beginning Reading"; "Patterns for Teaching Word-Identification Skills"; "Patterns for Teaching Concepts and Vocabulary"; "Patterns for Developing Comprehension and Study Skills in the Content Areas"; "Patterns for Developing Rates of Comprehension and Flexibility of Approach"; "Providing for Individual Differences through Technology and Organization"; "Patterns of Individualizing Reading Skill Development"; and "Developing Interests and Tastes in Reading and the Person through Reading." Appendixes are included. (WR)
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Beginning Reading, Developmental Reading, Individualized Reading, Reading, Reading Comprehension, Reading Instruction, Reading Interests, Reading Materials, Reading Programs, Reading Research, Reading Skills, Reading Tests, Remedial Reading
The MacMillan Company, 866 Third Avenue, New York, New York 10022 ($4.50)
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