While teaching secondary school reading courses, many instructors are faced with a problem because of the various majors held by the students in each class. Students with many different majors are found in each class, and there are few common reading needs in these areas. This writer tried a method of organizing a secondary school reading class which seemed quite effective in meeting the needs of the students.
Miller, W. H. (1972). One Method of Teaching a Secondary School Reading Course. Reading Horizons, 12 (2). Retrieved from http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol12/iss2/3