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ERIC Number: ED099795
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974-Jun
Pages: 52
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Reference Count: 0
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Living Language through Creative Reading; Proceedings of the Annual Reading Conference (4th, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, June 13-14, 1974).
Waterman, David C., Ed.; Gibbs, Vanita M., Ed.
These proceedings are published primarily for the purpose of helping teachers to improve their reading instruction. The contents include "Official Program"; "I Wish Children Literature" by Lee Bennett Hopkins, which discusses the importance of providing children with good reading materials; "Black English and Reading" by Ronald W. Bruton, which examines dialect interference from both a structural and a functional standpoint and reaches conclusions based on current literature in education and linguistics; "A Strategy for Developing Fluency in Intermediate Vocabulary" by Loran Braught, which suggests some techniques for teaching vocabulary; "Individualizing Language through Creative Beginnings" by Raynelda B. White, which discusses the structure and initiation of an individualized language program for pre-first grade children; "Mathematics as a Language" by William J. Linville, which looks at the integration of language with mathematics; "The Poem as Play, Puzzle, Performance" by James S. Mullican, which discusses poetry in the secondary classroom; "S.C.O.O.P.--Learning Centers Encourage Reading for Living" by Marilyn Brummett and Caroline Cass, which discusses the use of learning centers to develop individualized instruction; and "To Kiss a Frog" by Helen Coe, which discusses the development of the total child. (WR)
Charles D. Hopkins, Director, Curriculum Research and Development Center, 113 Jamison Hall, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana 47809 ($1.00)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Indiana State Univ., Terre Haute. Curriculum Research and Development Center.