ERIC Number: ED086955
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Publication Date: 1973
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Emerging Concerns in Reading; Highlights of the 21st Annual Reading Conference of Lehigh University.
Kender, Joseph P., Ed.
Addressing the question, "How can we teach all educable children to read effectively?" the papers in the first part of this volume look at several topical concerns in reading: "On Relocating the Reading Program: Finding a Better Barn for Our Sacred Cow,""The Transitional Open Classroom,""A Computer Program for Initial Screening of Problem Readers,""Minorities Read 'Alice in Wonderland' Too,""Divorce, Drugs, Desertion, the Draft: Facing Up to the Realities in Children's Literature," and "Individualizing Instruction in Puerto Rico.""How to do it" concerns are the focus of part two, with such essays as "Pop-Rock--Reading and the Music Scene,""Poetry with Gifted Children,""Don't Knock It If You Haven't Tried It: Creative Writing in the Elementary School," and "Workshop Poetry." Part three discuss methodological concerns: "One Hundred Approaches to Beginning Reading--Concern for the 'One True Way,'""How Can We Generate Concern by the Secondary School Subject Matter Teacher for Improved Reading in the Classroom?" and "What Every High School Teacher Should Know about Study Skills." The volume concludes with a paper on "Creativity, Control, and Competition in the Teaching of Reading." (HOD)
Descriptors: Beginning Reading, Books, Childrens Literature, Computer Programs, Creative Writing, Gifted, Individualized Instruction, Open Education, Poetry, Reading Instruction, Reading Programs, Reading Skills, Study Skills, Teaching Methods
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