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ERIC Number: ED084505
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 422
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Resources in Reading-Language Instruction.
Ruddell, Robert B., Ed.; And Others
This collection of articles by experts in reading and in language arts contains nine sections: "Educational Change: New Trends and Directions" discusses humanizing teacher education, accountability and the school volunteer; "Instructional Implications from the Disciplines" discusses the reading process, Piaget and reading instruction, and the teacher's task; "Reading-Language Achievement: Socio-Ethnic Variation" looks at dialect barriers to reading comprehension, sources of reading problems and Negro speakers of nonstandard English; "Instructional Programs: An Overview" covers humanism in teaching reading, new dimensions in basal readers, new alphabet approaches, and individual reading; "Enhancing Oral and Written Language Growth" discusses oral communication, oral language activities, and children's writing; "Decoding Instruction" looks at linguistics and phonics, teaching vowels, and the use of context clues; "Comprehension and Thinking Strategies" discusses listening, reading as thinking, and reading instruction; "The Reading Program Gains Purpose through Literature" discusses folklore and literature in the elementary school; "Evaluation Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Difficulties" discusses achievement tests, criterion-referenced tests, and individual inventory. (WR)
Prentice-Hall, Inc., Publishers, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 ($12.95 cloth, $6.95 paper)
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