Perhaps the most complex as well as the most important task con fronting the teacher is adjusting instruction to meet the individual differences of students in activities related to reading. It is an ever present problem at all grade levels. For effective progress in learning to read, the teacher must organize the class and instructional procedures so that each child has the opportunity to achieve up to his capacity, albeit it is not his grade level.
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