ERIC Number: ED089246
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
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I.R.A. (International Reading Association) Reports on the Right to Read Effort; May 1973 and Volume 1, Numbers 1-4.
International Reading Association, Newark, DE.
This document is a collection of the International Reading Association's first reports on the Right to Read effort. Five reports are included: report 1 discusses the basic principles of Right to Read, school and community based programs, administrators of the program, right to read states, special projects, technical assistance, emergency school aid act, materials development and dissemination, validation of programs, federal and nonfederal coordination, future directions, and state Right to Read coordinators; report 2 discusses using volunteers in the classroom to enable schools to individualize programs, volunteers and supplementary activities, volunteers and preschoolers, peer tutoring, recruitment of volunteers, the Denver bilingual approach for adults, and Operation Upgrade for Baton Rouge Adults, and it contains a report from Washington; report 3 looks at goals, staff development, exemplary programs, and references; report 4 discusses diagnostic-prescriptive (DP) teaching, Miami's Failure Prevention Center, reading in an average junior high school, and a successful DP program in a large high school; and report 5 discusses motivation in terms of setting the stage for learning, motivating experiences, and individualization to encourage motivation. (WR)
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Authoring Institution: International Reading Association, Newark, DE.