I was not recording material that was very difficult for the children; for the most part it was just a little above their grade level. ... I did not record the passage so slowly that it would be boring, but I read slowly enough so that he could keep up with it. ... She was reading on a beginning first-grade level and absolutely insisted that she wanted to read the simplified version of Greek myths on ... At that point the girl was able to read anything in the classroom up to a fourth-grade reading level.
|Title||:||R is for reading|
|Author||:||Leslie Eldridge, Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped|