The special reading teacher functions most successfully if he is one who can wear many different hats. He may be required to wear more than one at a time or to change them rather quickly with the ease of a magician. He is versatile and flexible in this accomplishment. However, there is one hat in particular to which we would like to give attention in this article. It is a hat that is deserving particular attention because it is a year around necessity and should be worn in any season. It is indispensable to the reading teacher who works with retarded readers. The purpose of this article will be to describe the hat and to suggest that it would be more serviceable if it were more adequately designed and constructed.
Larzelere, L. (1967). Another Hat for the Special Reading Teacher. Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts, 7 (2). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol7/iss2/6