Reading in the Intermediate Grades
by Constance M. McCullough - 1961
This chapter is to deal with the teaching of reading at the intermediate-grade level, treating (a) characteristics of children of this level, (b) developmental aims to be achieved, (c) essentials of organization for effective reading instruction, (d) methods and materials for attaining aims, and (e) trends in instruction.
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