Corrective and Remedial Instruction
by Helen M. Robinson - 1961
Corrective or remedial reading is needed whenever the progress of a learner is interrupted or blocked so that his level of reading remains almost static. As a result, his development through reading is also impaired. As the student fails further and further behind his reading potential, he becomes increasingly frustrated in academic areas which require reading, and, as a rule, comes to dislike reading.
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