Teaching reading to the mentally retarded assumes a major portion of an institution's educational facilities and personnel. The considerable amount of time and effort that are devoted to this one aspect of the child's training reflect the vital character that reading instruction has for his occupational and psychological adjustment. Any increase in our knowledge of the factors and methods that play a role in the teaching process is desirable and much needed.
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