One of the most basic questions facing educators at all levels is that of constructing a reading program which meets the needs of all children and provides effective instruction in developmental, corrective, and remedial reading. To insure such conditions requires careful planning, thoughtful instruction, and thorough evaluation and measurement. The basic purpose of this article is to describe and analyze four important steps which should be followed in building a reading program that will help gain the objectives and goals mentioned previously.
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