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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur I Gates; International Reading Association.
|Notes:||"A collection of invitational addresses presented at the Tenth Annual Convention of the International Reading Association in Detroit, May 1965."|
|Description:||iii, 106 pages 19 cm|
|Contents:||What we should be doing soon / Arthur I. Gates --
Some implications of our changing vocabulary / James M. McCallister --
Influences shaping American reading instruction / Nila Banton Smith --
The reading process and its ramifications / Ruth Strang --
How children and adults perceive words in reading / Miles A. Tinker --
Reading instruction for the educationally retarded and the disadvantaged / Paul Witty.
|Responsibility:||by Arthur I. Gates [and others].|