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Dolezal, Danielle N.; Weber, Kimberly P.; Evavold, Jessica J.; Wylie, Jennifer; McLaughlin, T. F. – Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 2007
The purpose of the present study is to evaluate the use of a reinforcement package with four middle school students who were below grade level in reading. Data were gathered, independently by two observers, for on-task behavior for the number of correct words read for a two-minute timed trial, and for book pre- and posttests. These data were…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Reading Materials, Corrective Reading, Time on Task
Miller, Wilma H. – 1975
This kit for teachers is designed to help students at the elementary and secondary levels improve their reading skills. The kit is divided into twelve sections. The first section describes in detail how to best put the materials found in this aid to use. Sections two through six are devoted to the word-recognition techniques of sight word…
Descriptors: Corrective Reading, Educational Media, Elementary Secondary Education, Learning Activities
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Mangrum, Charles L., II; Carner, Richard L. – Florida Reading Quarterly, 1971
Descriptors: Corrective Reading, Curriculum Development, Developmental Reading, Diagnostic Teaching
HODDER, VELMA; AND OTHERS – 1965
THE BASIC DEVELOPMENTAL READING PROGRAM IS REVIEWED AS A FOUNDATION FOR SOUND REMEDIAL OR CORRECTIVE PROGRAMS IN A GUIDE FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY READING IN NEBRASKA SCHOOLS. THE PRESENTATION IS DEVELOPED AROUND FOUR TOPICS--(1) DEVELOPMENTAL READING (CHILDREN'S GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS AND NEEDS, INSTRUCTIONAL READING LEVEL,…
Descriptors: Corrective Reading, Curriculum Guides, Developmental Reading, Elementary Education
Norton, Virginia – 1968
This ESEA Title III program description was designed as a practical aid for beginning remedial reading teachers in an elementary school that does not employ an experienced or qualified remedial reading instructor. Useful information is given about the identification of students reading below their grade level expectancy and about the diagnosis and…
Descriptors: Corrective Reading, Elementary Education, Evaluation Methods, Language Arts
Cutler, Ethel B. – 1969
Disadvantaged children with reading difficulties in non-public New York City schools have been admitted to corrective reading programs administered by the New York City Board of Education since such programs were begun in 1965 with ESEA/Title I funds. In 1968-69, 157 schools and a total of 13,258 children were served in groups of 5 to 10.…
Descriptors: Corrective Reading, Disadvantaged Youth, Inservice Teacher Education, Parent Conferences
Stewart, Elneita Wallace – 1969
The reading improvement program at Texas Southern University employed newspapers, magazines, books, seminars, exhibits, plays, and interdisciplinary reading material to service freshman students and upperclassmen with reading deficiencies. Newspapers were used to inform, to appeal to immediate interests, to develop skimming ability, to increase…
Descriptors: Closed Circuit Television, College Programs, Corrective Reading, Developmental Reading
Figurel, J. Allen, Ed. – 1966
This book is the first and largest volume of a three-part work that constitutes the proceedings of the 1966 International Reading Association conference. The papers in this book represent broad viewpoints of reading at all instructional levels and are presented in the following sections: the presidential address and other major addresses, ten…
Descriptors: Class Organization, Conference Reports, Corrective Reading, Curriculum Development
Hagedorn, C. I; McLaughlin, T. F. – B. C. Journal of Special Education, 1982
The research literature on assisted reading is reviewed to determine whether this approach should be recommended to remedial reading and classroom teachers. To date, research has been inconclusive as to when, how, or why any of the forms of assisted reading can be used effectively. (SEW)
Descriptors: Corrective Reading, Elementary Education, Modeling (Psychology), Oral Reading
GROTBERG, EDITH H. – 1967
DESCRIBED ARE THE ACTIVITIES OF THE PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY SCHOOL PROJECT (1966-67), WHICH WAS CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE THE VALUE OF INTENSIVE READING INSTRUCTION IN A RURAL SCHOOL SYSTEM. THE PROJECT LASTED APPROXIMATELY 7 MONTHS AND INVOLVED NEARLY 1,500 STUDENTS. DESIGNED AS A CORRECTIVE READING PROGRAM FOR ALL CHILDREN IN GRADES ONE THROUGH 10 IN…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Age Grade Placement, Black Students, Corrective Reading
Moody, Barbara J., Ed.; And Others – 1968
A coding system for categorizing reading skills was developed in order to provide manuals for each grade level (preprimer through 6) that would aid teachers in locating materials on a particular skill by page number in a specific text. A skill code key of the skills usually taught at a given reading grade level is based on specific basal test…
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Codification, Corrective Reading, Elementary Education
Moody, Barbara J., Ed.; And Others – 1968
A coding system for categorizing reading skills was developed in order to provide manuals for each grade level (preprimer through 6) that would aid teachers in locating materials on a particular skill by page number in a specific text. A skill code key of the skills usually taught at a given reading grade level is based on specific basal test…
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Codification, Corrective Reading, Elementary Education
Smith, Carl B.; And Others – 1969
The role of the reading specialist as a remedial reading teacher or as a reading consultant helping to overcome reading problems in a single school is presented. Various levels of diagnosing the extent of reading probl"ms within the school are discussed, including th" use of tests, informal inventories, and environmental factor…
Descriptors: Compensatory Education, Corrective Reading, Parent Participation, Physical Education