Improvement of Oral Reading
by Ernest Horn & James F. Curtis - 1949
Four principal arguments have been advanced for teaching oral reading: first, its value in life outside the school; second, the many occasions in which it is required or should be encouraged in the school; third, its use, particularly in early grades, as a "natural" approach to silent reading; and fourth, the many concomitant services which it renders.
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