Diagnosis and Correction in Reading Instruction
This text is designed for use as a main text in undergraduate and graduate courses in reading diagnosis and correction taught in education departments. This popular introductory text for diagnosing and correcting reading problems is now revised and updated based on the latest tests and research. Using numerous examples and scenarios to illustrate concepts and techniques, it is based on the premise that if diagnosis and correction are practiced as an integral part of daily reading instruction, there will be less of a need for remediation.
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The Teachers Role in the DiagnosticReading
What a Teacher Should Know about Tests Measurement
The Nature and Interrelatedness of Factors
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