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ERIC Number: ED079689
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 350
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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)
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