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Page 14 text:
Janine Hagen explains fhe sfrucfure of a sen- Believing llwal words DO measure
fence fo her classmafes. wisdom, fwo diminufive freshmen,
John Barlow and Bill Sexfon, con-
sulf "Mr, Websferf'
To parallel fhe fruism found in fhe old proverb "for
wanfr of a nail fhe shoe is losf . . ." is fhe exigency of
providing fhe fundamenfals of fhe English language fo
Johnny if he is nof fo find himself losf in a maze of
obsfacles as his course of sfudy becomes more complex
wifh each succeeding year. Provided for him is a de-
velopmenfal program in fhe language arfs af his level, be
if average. accelerafed, or remedial.
The SRA Spelling Laborafory acquainfs Johnny wifh
word sfems, prefixes, and suffixes fo a degree fhaf he is
able fo fransfer his knowledge in fhe spelling and infer-
prefafion of all words. The confrolled reader feaches Johnny
fo read by phrases, rafher fhan by single words, and
speeds up his comprehension as he reads. Word sfudy.
perpefually faughf fhrough his four years of secondary
school, increases Johnny's power of expression. Emphasis
on senfence consfrucfion helps him fo sense fhe con-
necfing linlcs in a senfence fhaf malce for ifs undersfand-
ing. The sage remark of Francis Bacon fhaf Hwrifing malcefh
an exacf man" is as frue foclay as if was when penned
some 350 years ago. Pracfice in This arf culminafes in fhe
wrifing of fhe research paper during fhe final year of
Reading speed and comprehension are improved fhrough fhe use of A new WGY Oi lG5ffWl"lQ +0 Spell l5 lllf0UQlW l'l'6 U56 Oi llle SRA Spelling
fhe confrolled reader.
Laborafory. Mr. Mackay hands Chrisfine Neels a learning whee f
reinforce learning of a specific word parf.
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In consulfafion wifh fhe parenfs and sludenf, Mrs. Gorman discusses Terry' Weber's' educafional and
vocafionel goals, his academic weaknesses and sfrengfhs, and his general affifude foward self and
FACTORS CGNTRIBUTING TO JOHNNY'S READING INTEREST
ln fhis parficular case, fhe boyls name is nof Johnny,
however, buf Terry. Terry Weber. The son of Mr. and
Mrs. l-larold F. Weber, of 360 W. Francis Road, New
Lenox, Terry's home is one of 475 visifed fhis summer by
fhe counseling sfaff of Lincoln-Way Communify l-ligh
School, under fhe direcforship of Mrs. Alice Gorman. These
visifs were made possible fhrough fhe Nafional Defense
Educafion Acl' which financed 7070 of fhe cosf of fhe
Upon enfering fhe Weber home, fwo massive boolc-
cases flanlcing fhe wesf wall of fhe living room leaves fhe
impression wifh fhe counselor fhaf here a L-W sfudenfgis
ensconced in an environmenf where boolcs and discussion
play an imporfanf role in fhe everyday life of fhe family.
Here is fhe lasfing companionship soughf for and found
in one anofher fhrough boolcs.
ln conference wifh fhe family group, Mrs. Gorman
learns of Terry's inferesfs in curricular and exfra-curricular
acfivifies. She is provided wifh informafion concerning his
educafional and vocafional goals. his academic wealcnesses
-and sfrengfhs, and his general affifude foward self and
Collecfively spealfing, fhe summer home visifs revealed
fhaf sfudenfs are inferesfed in geffing help from fhe guid-
ance deparfmenf. The visifs disclosed as well fhaf parenfs
have become more concerned wifh fhe fufure plans of
fheir son or daughfer, fhaf fhey are more inferesfed in
The progress of fheir child in fhe school, and fhaf fhey
lqnow more abouf fhe guidance services and fhe over-all
program and obiecfives of fhe school.
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James Lakin gains wriiing ex-
perience Hwrough his in+erpre-
' ' Hhs
icrhon of Hes+er Prynnes
Scarle+ Le++eri reaciicns +o
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