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ERIC Number: ED084515
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 17
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What the English Teacher Should Know about Teaching Reading.
Golub, Lester S.
Since reading and language lie in the behavioral domain of the English teacher, he must be a teacher of reading and know how to perform the following five language tasks: (1) present the code-breaking skills needed to change written symbols into spoken language; (2) produce a wide variety of reading materials on useful topics and record and control the time spent on reading in these topics; (3) prepare and make available syntactically and lexically different versions of materials written on a variety of useful topics and provide learning activities to increase the linguistic awareness of readers; (4) provide clues and learning activities to encourage and evaluate comprehension of materials and linguistic awareness of readers; and (5) provide learning activities which afford the reader creative and critical responses in oral and written language to the reading materials. (LL)
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on English Education (Baltimore, March 29-31, 1973)