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Reading in your school.

Author: John Roy Newton
Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill, 1960.
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Newton, John Roy.
Reading in your school.
New York, McGraw-Hill, 1960
(OCoLC)580744275
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Roy Newton
OCLC Number: 882617
Description: 297 pages 22 cm
Contents: 1. Why reading is everybody's business : Review of Criticism of Reading Instruction. Answers to Criticism. Why Reading Remains an Issue. Reading Improvement Committee. 2. Causes of poor reading : Physical Factors Affecting Reading. Emotional Factors Affecting Reading. Mental Factors Affecting Reading. Social Causes of Poor Reading : a. The School; b. The Home. Changed School Population. The Teachers' Dilemma. 3. Elimination of the causes of poor reading : Screening for Physical Handicaps. Consideration of Mental Causes of Poor Reading. Elimination of Social Causes of Poor Reading. Elimination of Emotional Causes of Poor Reading. 4. Primary reading : Reading Readiness. Teaching Primary Reading. Phonics. Classroom Instructional Organization. 5. Developmental reading : The Developmental Aspects of Reading. Readiness for Reading. Distinctive Features of Developmental Reading. Furthering a Developmental Reading Program. Remedial Reading. 6. Testing programs : The Reading Survey. Setting up a Testing Program. Group and Individual Tests. Reading Information. Selection of Reading Tests. Reading Tests. Use of Test Results. A Sane Testing Program . 7. The staff and reading : Guidance Department and Reading. The Librarian and Reading. The School Nurse and Reading. The Classroom Teacher and Reading. 8. The reading specialist : Duties of the Reading Specialist. The Reading Classroom or Laboratory. Qualifications of the Reading Specialist. Elementary Reading Specialist. Secondary Reading Specialist. Organization of Reading Specialists. 9. School psychologist and special services : The School Psychologist. Special Services. Special Clinics. 10. Parents and public relations : Why Reading Assumes Importance to parents. Questions Asked by Parents. What Basic Concepts parents Should Understand. Why parents Need Information. Why the Reading Program Must Be Worthy of Investigation. Where Parents Contribute to Reading. Public Relations. 11. The administrator's role in reading : Whole-school Attack on Reading. Leadership Responsibilities of the Administrator. Leadership at Various Levels. Establishing the Reading Climate Of a School. 12. Organizing school reading programs : Changes in Basic School Organization. Changes Possible within Present Framework : Primary Grades; Intermediate Grades; Junior High; Senior High. College Reading instruction. Administering the Reorganizational Program.

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