Graduate Research Papers
Chapter I teachers as reading facilitators through connecting the comprehension-composition processes
Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Reading teachers in Chapter I school programs are currently following a job description based upon expectations of the past (Robinson & Pettit, 1978). Traditionally, the solution for schools' reading problems has been to employ specially trained teachers to work with students on a referral basis outside the classroom. An increased interest in reading and an abundance of government funding during the 1950 1 s and 1960 1 s served to reinforce this plan. The emphasis in these remedial programs was on correcting reading failure after it had happened rather than preventing it (Smith, 1962).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Jeanne McLain Harms
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©1990 Elizabeth Ketter-Norton
Ketter-Norton, Elizabeth, "Chapter I teachers as reading facilitators through connecting the comprehension-composition processes" (1990). Graduate Research Papers. 2682.
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