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Armstrong, Edwardene, Comp. – 1975
Forty-nine reading games were designed by reading aides in the ESEA Title I Primary Reading Aide Program in Omaha, Nebraska for practice and mastery of specific reading skills at the primary level. Games are listed under these skill areas: alphabet, consonants, digraphs, rhyming words, sight words, and vowels. An illustration is provided for each…
Descriptors: Phonics, Primary Education, Reading Games, Reading Instruction
Scott, Norval C., Comp. – 1968
In the summer of 1968, a workshop was held to produce a reading booklet to be used especially by migrant children. The booklet was to: (1) take about 2 weeks of class time, (2) appeal to the migrant child with his special set of needs, (3) be as interesting and creative as possible, and (4) have a built-in pre- and posttesting program for…
Descriptors: Curriculum Guides, Guides, Lesson Plans, Migrant Education
Scott, Norval C., Comp. – 1968
Zip Paks were created by 16 participants who met in the summer of 1968 to produce a reading booklet to be used especially by migrant children. Zip Paks range from the reading readiness level through the third level. Objectives of the Zip Pak for the reading readiness level are to: (1) establish rapport with the child, (2) make the child…
Descriptors: Basic Vocabulary, Migrant Education, Pretesting, Pretests Posttests
Scott, Norval C., Comp. – 1968
Developed for use with migrant children between the ages of 8 and 12 years, working at a second grade level, this Zip Pak was created to give additional aid in reading and vocabulary building. Since the speaking vocabulary of these children tends to be normal while their reading and writing vocabulary tends to be low, an attempt was made to…
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Basic Vocabulary, Curriculum Guides, Lesson Plans
California State Dept. of Education, Sacramento. Div. of Compensatory Education. – 1974
The 111th Street School is successfully educating black students K-6 in inner-city Los Angeles. The key to the program's success is a form of organization designed to functionally support an ungraded system of learning centers devoted to attainment of specific educational objectives. Two Directories, this for the classroom teacher and a separate…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Class Organization, Classroom Techniques, Elementary Education
Scott, Norval C., Comp. – 1968
The student's workbook was developed to give additional aid in reading and vocabulary building to migrant children between the ages of 8 and 12 years old, working at a second grade reading level. Six lessons are given in this student's workbook. Each lesson consists of: words to learn, a story to read, questions to answer, a picture to draw, a…
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Grade 2, Learning Activities, Migrant Education
Armstrong, Edwardene, Ed. – 1975
The program outlined in this booklet is designed to provide a learning situation for each child which is free of peer and classroom pressure and in which the undivided attention of an adult is available during the learning activities. The main purpose of the program at the primary level is practice and mastery of skills introduced and taught by…
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Individualized Instruction, Individualized Reading, Primary Education