|Statement||Compiled and edited by H. Alan Robinson and Sidney J. Rauch. Prepared by a committee of the International Reading Association.|
|Series||Perspectives in reading, no. 6|
|Contributions||Robinson, H. Alan, 1921- ed., Rauch, Sidney J., ed., International Reading Association., Perspectives in Reading Conference, Boston, 1965.|
|LC Classifications||LB1050 .P4 no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 135 p.|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||78000103|
This collection of papers presents many practical procedures for improving secondary school instruction in the several content areas. Topics included are principles and procedures in corrective reading, diagnostic techniques, the role of a reading consultant in the content areas, the use of writing to help poor readers, corrective reading in the content areas, and administrative questions. This is a remedial reading program designed to correct poor reading habits and help a child learn to decode words better and faster. Fluency levels rise as decoding improves. The complete set with teacher books and student books is required to use this program/5(2). Intended for classroom teachers at all levels and for undergraduate students in teacher education programs that included a practicum or field experience, this book provides both a guide and a resource for meeting the needs of readers experiencing difficulty. This third edition continues to provide teachers with techniques for recognizing readers with difficulties; identifying readers' specific Author: Joan P. Gipe. Corrective Reading provides intensive direct instruction-based reading intervention for students in Grades 3–Adult who are reading below grade level.
Corrective Reading is a powerful Direct Instruction remedial reading series that solves a wide range of problems for struggling older readers, even if they have failed with other approaches. Corrective Reading B1 & B2 Procedure Visual is a great resource for a small group classroom. As a special education teacher of a K-4 resource classroom, I find there are days where progress monitoring, student absences and IEP meeting require improved classroom management as multiple students ma. Because the book is set in Boston—not far from our school—and because it focuses on issues including poverty, violence, racism, and substance abuse, it spoke to a lot of my students. However, the book was a challenging read for year-olds, so I decided to do something special for my students. SRA Corrective Reading provides intensive Direct Instruction-based reading intervention for students in Grades 3-Adult who are reading below grade level. Four levels for decoding plus four for comprehension address the varied reading deficits and skill levels found among older students.
SRA Reading Mastery (PreK–5) Uses the highly explicit, systematic Direct Instruction approach to accelerate reading for striving learners. SRA Corrective Reading (3–12) Provides evidence-based reading intervention to lift comprehension and fluency for struggling students. Arrive Math Booster (K–8). This list covers most high school reading lists. However, to respond to the earlier posts, most students are introduced and assigned this literature in middle school. The Pearl, Romeo and Juliet, The Outsiders, The Great Gatsby, Animal Farm, Fahrenheit , Night, The Odyssey, The Diary of Anne Frank, Of Mice and Men, The Glass Menagerie were. These flashcards have been created to use with the SRA Corrective Reading program by McGraw-Hill Education. Using the words directly from the book is often cumbersome. It is also difficult to read the script while using the book for the words. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Corrective reading techniques. c Description: xvi, pages: illustrations.