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Portteus, Elnora M. – Elementary English, 1971
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Disadvantaged Youth, Elementary Education, Learning Experience
Parker, Lenore D.; Campbell, Ellen K. – Elementary English, 1971
Descriptors: Cultural Differences, Grade 1, Illustrations, Racial Integration
Kirkton, Carole Masley – Elementary English, 1971
A report from the Educational Resources Information Center at the National Council of Teachers of English; ERIC abstracts of pertinent documents are included. (RD)
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Educational Change, Educational Improvement, Educational Objectives
Rodenborn, Leo V.; Washburn, Earlene – Elementary English, 1974
The new editions of basal readers differ in significant ways from their predecessors: they are longer, more attractive, linguistically sounder, use larger vocabularies. (JH)
Descriptors: Basal Reading, Basic Reading, Decoding (Reading), Early Reading
Rose, Helen Nemetz – Elementary English, 1974
Presents examples from Ezra Jack Keat's "The Snowy Day" to illustrate how children's picture books can teach teachers what curriculum guides may not. (TO)
Descriptors: Books, Childrens Literature, Elementary Education, Illustrations
Carlson, Ruth Kearney – Elementary English, 1964
Teachers should foster in children's writing the use of words with "sparkle" and "spin"--"sparkle" implying brightness and vitality, "spin" connoting industry, patience, and painstaking work. By providing creative listening experiences with good children's or adult literature, the teacher can encourage students to broaden their imaginations and…
Descriptors: Books, Childrens Literature, Creative Development, Creative Writing
Neufeld, Karen – Elementary English, 1975
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Individualized Reading, Language Skills, Learning Centers (Classroom)
Schnell, Thomas R.; Sweeney, Judith – Elementary English, 1975
Descriptors: Basal Reading, Basic Reading, Cultural Images, Elementary Education
Smith, Frank – Elementary English, 1975
Prediction is essential for reading for the following four reasons: words have too many meanings, spellings are confusing, visual information processing of brain, and the capacity of short term memory are limited. (JH)
Descriptors: Language, Memory, Prediction, Psycholinguistics
Schwartz, Judy I. – Elementary English, 1975
Descriptors: Beginning Reading, Child Language, Evaluation Methods, Individualized Reading
McAlpine, Julie C.; Sullivan, Stephanie C. – Elementary English, 1975
Descriptors: Instructional Materials, Reading Materials, Reference Materials, Resource Materials
Bissett, Donald S.; Moline, Ruth E. – Elementary English, 1975
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Biographies, Book Reviews, Books
Swalm, James E. – Elementary English, 1974
When studying the question, Do primary students learn better through listening or reading?, the readability of the material used should be considered. (JH)
Descriptors: Beginning Reading, Learning Modalities, Listening, Listening Comprehension
Kirsch, Dorothy – Elementary English, 1975
A study conducted with primary children to determine their reading interests reported that interest in factual topics rose over fictional ones as the children progressed from grade 1 to grade 2. (JH)
Descriptors: Primary Education, Reading, Reading Interests, Reading Materials
Taylor, Marjorie E. – Elementary English, 1973
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Content Analysis, Elementary Education, Reading Materials
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