Citations with the tag: DURKIN, Dolores

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  • Editorial: In retrospect�.
    Farr, Roger // Reading Research Quarterly; 1978/1979, Vol. 14 Issue 4, Preceding p481 

    The article presents a perspective on the major advantages of coediting the journal "Reading Research Quarterly." According to the author his responsibility is difficult but rewarding. He emphasizes that the study published in the issue of the journal by Dolores Durkin about the teaching of...

  • Editorial: In retrospect�.
    Weintraub, Sam // Reading Research Quarterly; 1978/1979, Vol. 14 Issue 4, Preceding p481 

    The article reflects on the experience of the author as co-editor of the journal "Reading Research Quarterly." The articles encountered by the author can be identified as intriguing, thought-provoking, unique, and scholarly. According to him, over the past decades many fine manuscripts about...

  • Alec in reading land: some reactions to and implications of the Durkin findings.
    Smith, Frederick R. // Reading Research Quarterly; 1978/1979, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p534 

    The article comments on the findings of author Dolores Durkin regarding comprehensive instruction. The findings of Durkin were also true not only during the periods devoted to reading but during the periods which focuses on social studies and science. The study is a major contribution to the...

  • Research-Based Strategies for Teaching Reading Comprehension.
    Eeds, Maryann // Education Digest; May1981, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p55 

    The article focuses on research-based strategies for teaching reading comprehension. In a recent study investigating the kinds of reading comprehension instruction given in American elementary schools, Educators Dolores Durkin and her colleagues observed fourth-grade classrooms, where the...

  • Children Who Read Early.
    Eeds, Maryann // Education Digest; Apr1967, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p63 

    Reviews the book "Children Who Read Early," by Dolores Durkin.

  • Language, the Learner and the School/The Reading Process: The Teacher and the Learner/Teaching Them To Read.
    Johnson, Mae C. // Educational Leadership; Dec1970, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p321 

    Reviews three books. "Language, the Learner and the School," by Douglas Barnes, James Britton, and Harold Rosen; "The Reading Process: The Teacher and the Learner," by Miles V. Zintz; "Teaching Them to Read," by Dolores Durkin.

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