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ERIC Number: ED303776
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Pages: 126
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Innovative Learning Strategies 1987-1988. Eighth Yearbook of the College Reading Improvement Special Interest Group.
Betenbough, T. J., Ed.; Biggs, Shirley A., Ed.
This eighth yearbook of innovative learning strategies presents the following articles, grouped in three major sections. The first section, Program Models, contains: (1) "Welcome Back: Meeting the Needs of Nontraditional Students" (Kathy Carpenter); (2) "A Model Coordinated Curriculum for the First-Term Community College Learning Disabled Student" (Heidi E. Farra and M. Eileen Morelli); (3) "PLAE: An Innovative Model for Learning" (Sherrie L. Nist and others); (4) "Impact of Listening Skill Development on College Reading, Notetaking, and Study Skills" (Mary O'Hair and Sharon Wooden); and (5) "Promising Practices in Selling and Telling About the College Reading Program" (James E. Walker). The second section, Instructional Strategies, contains: (6) "Using a Weekly News Magazine to Develop Vocabulary and Cultural Literacy" (Edward J. Dwyer and Nancy Ross); (7) "Developmental Reading Professor" (Berta Parrish); (8) "Conquering Test Anxiety: A Strategy to Share with Students" (Walter Pauk); (9) "Using Directed Reading Activities to Increase Students' Receptiveness" (Keflyn X. Reed); and (10) "Using a Metacognitive-Schema Approach to Teach College Reading and Study Skills" (Alice M. Scales). The third section, Experimental Research, contains: (11) "Instrumental Enrichment Program: A Pilot Project" (Allen Greenbaum and others); and (12) "Computer and Non-Computer Instruction for College Readers" (Milford A. Jeremiah). (SR)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Reading Association, Newark, DE.
Note: A product of the College Reading Improvement Special Interest Group.