Auding and Reading (1974)

A Developmental Model

Many adults lack sufficient literacy skills for technical training and successful career progression. Because of the crucial
role that literacy plays in instruction and job performance information regarding the nature of literacy skills and their
development is needed. Such information should prove useful in the development of literacy training programs, and in the
development of more effective and/or efficient methods for imparting knowledge by the spoken or printed word.

Because several recent reviews of the scientific literature on reading and language skills failed to uncover many salient
facts for use in guiding literacy research or development of literacy training programs, it was felt that the present review
should be guided by a theory or model which could provide a rationale for sorting, sifting, and interpreting various research
studies. Accordingly, a simple model of the development of oracy and literacy skills was developed, and literature was
reviewed and synthesized within the framework of the model.

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Thomas G. Sticht, Lawrence J. Beck, Robert N. Hauke, Glenn M. Kleiman and James H. James. Auding and Reading 1974. Web. 20 Jan. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/sticht/aar/aar.pdf>
Thomas G. Sticht, Lawrence J. Beck, Robert N. Hauke, Glenn M. Kleiman & James H. James (1974). Auding and Reading. Retrieved January 20, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/sticht/aar/aar.pdf
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