unusually effective with primary-grade children whose reading achievement was extremely low. After examining 371 instructional process variables, one of their conclusions was that intensive interaction between teachers and learners was important. ... of correct answers, immediate correction when mistakes were made, and a high frequency of leading questions (p. 366). ... While teacher-pupil ratio distinguished the more successful from the less successful programs, there were noanbsp;...
|Author||:||Arthur Lester Benton, David Pearl|