Black dialects & reading

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Notes

  • Papers presented at a conference held in May 1972 in New York and sponsored by the Language and Reading Commission, New York University.
  • Bibliography: pages 155-189.

Contents

  • Issues in black English and reading / Bernice E. Cullinan -- Relating reading to language in initial reading instruction / Angela M. Jagger / Bernice E. Cullinan -- Ways of evaluating childrens oral language / Estelle L. Fryburg -- The oral language of first graders compared to the language of beginning reading texts / Beatrice K. Levy -- Oral language expansion in the primary grades / Bernice E. Cullinan / Angela M. Jagger / Dorothy S. Strickland -- Strategies for language expansion in the middle grades / Arlene Mantrell -- Contrastive analysis in the junior high school / Sheila C. Crowell / Ellen D. Kolba -- Beginning reading : lets make it a language experience for black English speakers / Angela M. Jagger -- Teaching reading skills to dialect speakers / Beatrice K. Levy -- A cultural model for understanding black Americans / Joan C. Baratz -- A psycholinguists response / Martin Deutsch -- A psycholinguists response / Vivian Horner -- An educators response / Dorothy S. Strickland -- A response to Martin Deutsch / Joan C. Baratz -- An explanation / Martin Deutsch -- The use of dialect readers : a dialogue with Dorothy S. Strickland / William A. Stewart -- annotated bibliography / Margaret Kocher -- black English : a descriptive guide for the teacher / Estelle L. Fryburg
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