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PART ONE TEACHING AND LEARNING TO READ
Stanley e davis High School and College Instructors Cant
History and Philosophy of Reading Instruction
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activities adult analysis approach average basal readers basic beginning boys cent chil child classes classroom concept control group correlations dren Educational Psychology effective Elementary School existential experience experimental group factors first-grade girls given grade equivalent grade level high school indicated intelligence intelligence quotients interest language learning to read letters linguistic mass media measure ment mental age methods of teaching oral reading pacer training phonetic phonic method phonics instruction picture prehension present printed problem Psychology public school pupils purpose reading ability reading achievement reading comprehension reading instruction reading material reading program reading readiness reading skills reading tests reading vocabulary reported selected sentence significant silent reading situation sound spelling stories syllables synthetic phonics Systematic Table tachistoscopic taught teaching of reading teaching reading tence tion types vidual visual visual perception vowel word recognition writing York