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ERIC Number: ED082167
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Nov
Pages: 33
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Reading and Study Skills Development, English 21.
Gardner, Kathryn M.
A voluntary remedial reading and study skills class for students whose ability in these areas is insufficient to meet college demands is described. After the initial diagnostic pretesting is complete, each student works with a tutor or instructor to design a learning program suited to his individual needs, with six or seven half-hour units per week. In addition to four hours of class time, each student is required to spend at least one hour per week independently in the reading laboratory. Objectives, materials, and activities are included for eight units: diagnostic pretesting, theory and techniques of effective reading, the development of efficient study skills, small group tutoring/discussion session, laboratory development of reading comprehension, laboratory development of perceptual skills and reading speed, spelling improvement, and mastering the sounds of English-phonics development. (TO)
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Note: An published course of instruction for English 21, Harbor College, Los Angeles