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ERIC Number: ED085689
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Dec
Pages: 242
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Reading: Seventy-Five Years of Progress; Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Reading (29th, University of Chicago, 1966), Vol. 28. Supplementary Educational Monographs No. 96.
Robinson, H. Alan, Comp.
The opening paper of this book deals with the central theme, "Reading: Seventy-five Years of Progress," and the other papers, delivered at the general sessions, are concerned with progress over the years in specific areas of reading instruction: "Characteristics of Successful Teaching of Reading,""The Major Aspects of Reading,""Identifying Significant Reading Skills,""Issues Relating to Basic Instruction in Reading,""Instructional Procedures in Reading,""Influence of Specific Factors of Growth in Interpretation,""Promoting Growth in Interpreting What is Read,""The Problem of Interests: A Reconsideration,""Fostering Interest in Reading,""Mass Media Concepts and Reading Instruction in the World Today,""Using Audiovisual Materials to Stimulate Interest in Reading,""Problem Readers,""Helping the Retarded Reader,""The Role of Testing in Reading Instruction,""What is Evaluation?" and "Administrative Procedures for Helping Teachers Improve Reading Instruction." The book concludes with an annotated bibliography of noteworthy books for children published since the 1965 Reading Conference. (RB)
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Authoring Institution: Chicago Univ., IL.