Reading Instructions for College Students
by Society's Committee on New Materials of Instruction - 1920
The importance of teaching older people how to read effectively, especially when they read silently, has been fully discussed in the recent literature of education. There is no large body of material, however, on the methods of teaching silent reading, though some high-school teachers and even some college teachers are taking steps in their classrooms to meet this deficiency.
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