Continuity in the Reading Program
by David H. Russell - 1961
Within the organized sequence of levels of reading in school and college, there is continuity for any individual in his personal development through reading as well as in the development of reading abilities. Such continuity is aided or retarded by the nature of the school program. Accordingly, planning for continuity in this program is necessary because (a) reading abilities are complex, (b) children develop the interrelated competences gradually, and (c) there is sequence in the development of the components of reading achievement.
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