Early Reading Experiences for Young Children: A Book of Selected Readings for Students, Interns, and Teachers

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Heath Ward Lowry, Jerry D. King
Ardent Media, Jan 1, 1974 - Reading (Elementary) - 326 pages
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Contents

Preface
9
New Developments in the Teaching of Reading
16
Teacher Expectation
22
The Politics of Reading
31
For Johnnys Reading Sake
38
Current Approaches and Programs in Reading
44
Imagination and Experience in Learning to Read
53
Linguistically Speaking Why Language Experience?
59
Does Homogeneous Grouping Give Homogeneous Groups?
178
Linguists and Phonics
189
WILLIAM R POWELL
195
Beginning an ActivityCentered Classroom
206
What Is Individualized Reading?
219
Reading Instruction through the MultiStation Approach
228
Diagnose the Reading Program Before You Diagnose the Child
234
An Alternative
241

Do They Read What They Speak?
69
Classroom Diagnosis of Reading Readiness Factors
78
JUDITH S BRIDGES and KEN LESSLER
86
Implications for Early Childhood Education
102
Practice When It Means The Most
122
The Teachers Role in Helping Young Children Develop
131
Strategies for Classroom
141
Resource for Teaching Study Skills
151
How to Teach Reading?
158
A Survey
170
READING FOR THE DIFFERENT LEARNER
249
Role of Teacher Attitude in Educating the Disadvantaged Child
258
Ability to Read a Picture in Disadvantaged First Grade Children
267
Teaching Reading to Disadvantaged Children
283
Oral Reading as a Communication Process
293
Subtleties of the Reading Group
299
Affective Growth through Reading
308
Toward Positive SelfConcept
319
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