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FAGE i0 e THE OBSERVER lleS IS FRIDAY, MARCH i0, 1961 li! .:: ~ ~ :.:::.:.: :~ ~ . ~ ROCKFORD--Elementary school teachers throughout the dio- ::(ii.I ~i i~: i~iiiilili B. ::!iiiiii::iiiiii!i ~i: .:: : :i!iiiiiiii!i~ii:iiii:i: ~:].i:.::.: ]]i]]] i ese were happy in their reaction to the demonstrations in the ~~i~i!i~i,!ili!ii:::~'~i~:~iii!ii!iii~!ii!{i~ii::~.~ ~i ~iiii!!ii;~"::i'::::::'::":!':':i:;:~:i::i:.i:::::i:::::i:.::::ii.:.::/,i!~ aading that were observed. These lessons were part of the ~~~~i :~~:~::::::.i ,orkshops that were held at Holy Cross School, Stockton; St. ~ :i: : : ":::]::. "~::ii~i.iii::ii~ oseph Aurora: St. Peter, Rockford: St. Thomas, Crystal Lake; ~!i!~~ ::!:~ii~~ ~- md St. Mary, Sterhn~. New and old tdeas, approaches, devines ~~:i: md procedures were presented and evaluated. A feeling of ~ecurity in what is being done and an eagerness to experiment were the objectives and outcomes of these projects. Consultant's Viewpoint An encouraging accent was per development of the reading given to the teaching that waHl skills. She urged the teachers to ': done by Miss Barbara Brook-] ii.- . De consistent hUe insistent in l man, the reading consultant ofl Ginn and Company, Publishers.[their manner of questioning asI Stating she had witnessed all[well as accepting answers toI the highlights of which teacher'slquestions Providing opportun-I ,should be conscious in thelities for self-expression andi READING DEMONSTRATION, GRADES 3 and 4--St. Peter school, Rockford, was the site for Ic urse of the demonstrations,[ +" ~+~ 1 ho~;~ ,l one of the reading demonstration clinics held in the diocese recently The above picture shows Ishe added to their effectiveness]^n students in the third and fourth grades participating in normal class reading procedure under[by stressing the importance ofl~" A Complex Process [I the watchful eyes.of other teachers from the parochial schoolsin thecity (Photoby La- Idire~ting children's thinking inl I Franca " . lnat reaalngisa clynamlc ) [a logical way through the pro-] + '1 imucn mvolvea procedure, can-I i i~~ii~i~!i~ii~!~;~i~ii~ii!i~ii~i~.~i~:.~i!~./.! ~!i~ ! :: ::)i::!i::~:'i::::i::::;:~iiiii:i!ii::::ii::::~:::i: ::::i:~::i:!:.::i:i::i.::!-::i'::::::F:::::":":i:.?:i::::: ling for understanding on the] JI~PPI~II~qP I i-.: .~-.-- --" r:.i.:::::~i:ii ::!i~ : .:~i:i:.:!ii:.:~iii~::.i~::::.r~i(~?:(::!::::. " :" " :i [part of parents and teachers] 1 ::': ~ "'" :i ~:< .:+. i: ~':~::'<:'+ " "~ <::i~:i::'~'~::~:!~: ": " :" :" " " " :" " KllgruK/ . . . :: I was ewdenced. Indlmdual d,f-I t :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::~:i~:i~!::i::~ti~i' ~ig:::;:!iY~(:~;i:i!:!i!"::%:!!:iiii:!i:i::!::;i .~.~;~i;~:i~.~.~!~Y~.~i*~iii~i~i!e~.:~!~i~i~i*i~!*!*~i~i~i ferences must be recognized . . ===========================================-and a gradated develonment in] NEW METHOD--Second grade teacher at St. Peter school, Rockford, experiments during a / ~~i~i:ii~~:::!i::)::: i/:::::.:!~ :-= : : : -:-: hh,~ ~o~ii~iHnn of ~kill~adhorod[ normal reading class with some of the new ideas in teaching reading comprehension. Parochial : ::: : : ": -':.:::': -1 e 8r "~[~ ~,'~'~]~ ~ ~,~i~ ~: ::::~ ::; ?u:i~/~ll Ito Flexible natterns and svs [ school teachers from the city observed the method. At the conclusion of the day opinion, ld as. tr~ ~OrlCl ~ ll~/~ -- --~::ii::~~- -=- - - -:!::: ::::::}:::?::: f::::: ::: : ::?:::: : - - : - : : : ~ - - |, " [ ~:, ~ ~'J[ corrections were discussed (Photo by LaFranca) a. D P IE| ~ : .-~i!:~~ : - = - : - ii!!:.:i::::::i: ~:~:- -- :~ - : : items v~ grouping cunu~cn anuI ~,-r u~ pu~ ~'~"~'~'h~ / [[II~,: - -- - - ilii ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : - - - - - :=- - -- - - [ the proper interpretation of the I ~!:!i!:iii;:i;ii!iii ~:if:i::i::ii:::~i~!~i~i:~ii~ :: ::::::::.: i::i::i::::: i:: :.i::::::::: " .::::::i:ii~ iih::::" ======================== :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ":: teachers manuals that accom :::- .:::~.:#~:~:>;~v:~:::~ ::: ::::::::' ::.:':::: ::::::::::::." ::::: - :~:::~.~. ============================================================ ~/ ~~:~i!ii~iii!!!iii:ii~i~ Ipany the basic readers willhelpI ~i~i!::!::!::~::i::i!~i~!~ii~!!iiii,!:.!::!::!::i::i :.f~:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: / for many of these prob-/ :" I I lIRir ii::!::::iii i!i}ili!ililililili i ;ii i /Ilems- An alertness for signs of/ -: ~ -~" "-~, - : - : -./ iii~:.~ Idifficulty and of success must/ - - - ,] !i ~----. "~ / constantly be maintained. I ~F~ ::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ~::.::!:: :~::::, ".~ / ::, .::i / :::::::::::+:++::::::::::::::" Rev. Mr. Sheslo ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i::? i.~] ~: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;~ ::,::::i::::':: / ++ /To Be Ordained ] i'iii!i!iiii /Frldav, March 17] ,: ~ ::!~i:i:?:~::~i "~ ~:~:;~ ii~i~ ~ ~: I ~l[ / SAN DIEGO, Calif.- The/ IL - /Rev. Mr. Charles W. Sheslo,/ ~L "~Z1s2'~ 22~?:~ ~| ]son of ,Mrs. Katherine and theI ~'~ "~k~'~"~r,~~~ [late William Sheslo, fo~erly} / ~~ "~":" [of Rockford, will be ordained in' ~' ~ [ ~~~~ [San D~e go, C:~icf~ 1F7n?~e BASIC AND CORRECTIVE READING--The Basic Reading Group is reading a'selection from DONAHUE / ~~~ / future prie st the fifth grade liferary reader A Book of Kindness as suggested in the manual under eurrieu- . ,~:--"- - / !~.:?::'%::~!i:.:::?;r::~ " r inI lum correlations In the back left corner of the room is the Corrective Reading Group working R~ B LF R / CORRECTIVE READING--The small Corrective Reading Group of St. Joseph school, Aurora, / i::i.:. :i~i::i~:i::~::.: ~a:c ~f rdn at at an assignment under the supervision of a te acber's aide who is on hand to give help when 10 W [xehanaa Freetart / Grade 5 is having drill work in an extra room with the teacher's aide. Such drill work and oth-,5: :~iii~i~iiii:ii:t e n d e d 'Mon] and where it is needed. This demonstration was given in Grade 5, St. Joseph, Aurora. + ~ / er reading activities suggested in the manual are taken with them by the teacher's aide, This / % ::~!::~::i:~ :::. -:: ta~ue -/-r a d e/ [ follows the presentation of the lesson by the teacher. / :. :::::::!ii~]((::: school,~ Wash-[ !i]~iiiiii:!i:ii i:~::i:::f;:::i:: i :::~" ":] :.~i ~:~:i~ ::: ington j u n i or ~:: :: ~ :: :: :: " :: : i :.:.:~ ~i!! " " " " : :";~i:::" :: ' "' " " ' " :::':':'::':: : " : ": "" A,Ill - . IlNewman Club [College Honored high school and/ [ A.i I11 II It . I [ W e s t h i g n/ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i " ADRIAN Mich--(NC)--Thai school ~ i!i~ ~i'::::i::::::. iiiiiii:'!i:ii:Y:::i:.i : ::i SECKER I I ~ ~ ~,~, ~v I Beneht Dmuer IAdrian Chamber 'of Commerce] ~ n e" w a s . Ja !!": "::i!ii::ii "*~!ii::!?i ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!iiiiiiii!iii~ii~i~~~;`~.~.~;. :: I . Ill ~~ll~l l[ DEKALB- On St. Patrick'slhonored Mother Mary Gerald]Ray. Mr. Sheslome%be~ff^ he] ~:i I Ill Ilday, March 17, the NfU Newmantand Siena Heights College here. !Junior Civic S-'m~hon"" and o~I i2:: :i:i:i: rLUP~DII'~IU t rolnrln . r ~ V ~, : .~:~:L:;.:: :::;:::::~:~-:.:~" J J I g,club will sponsor a corned beef/ a ~'~-ial award was ,resent ~ m~^ ,^. ~ :~ HEATIN~ ' Po er Hon in and cabbage dinner at Newman, " ~ "-:~:i.~- .i:::!:! I I I p g g Ii,led the Mother General of the[Sheslo also serveu as chmrman[ I Dial ADams 2-$3|6 Itl ~Phone: ADams 3-1916 liter and proceeds ~i]l go toward]York to California and fromlident of the organization ' I Ill 841 S. Liberty--Freeport lithe purchase of a~fe sized Car-JLake Superior to the Caribbean[ Following his g r a d u a t ion] ' ! ~ dinal Newman bust to adorn the/ben. ]from West high school in 1949 t ill . . /jcenter. I Siena Heights College, ~on-/Father Sheslo did his under-J i~ili~ii} 'i::i!i::::::::i::'" ' I ~g-- lh, Ill Quohty Memormls II st dW:ha!rman of the bene:]ducted by the Do~/.mcan ]graduate work at Miam!, uni:] READING DEMONSTRATION--St Joseph School, Aurora, Grade 7, Group 1 is having a study ~J~JJ~ -~ ::: I[fit. Hicn t~ri~fin, nas announcea|was nonorea mr its contrmu-/versity, O the university or, " I . ~ Ill : :: - :: l]that a Philco tranMstnr radio[tions both economically and cul-[Illinois and the Catholic Uni-] p:rir ds/P:Yon~r%y:rk'engt::~e 54 ~::::r:kielllaD:oVCl::?::tquB~st~Z A:wa, ll4~Adve~U:ne: Tnhd e ' {!: will be offered as a prize. J turally to the community, versity of America where he . g p ' o I ~. ~ [I ~~ II /alsostudied for the priesthood/ Why. Group2 ~s having class. The puptls are d~scussmg a few Locatmnal Skills that acc m- 1 ~ / ~-~I~ 1,1 I~~:-~ : - =::~ I! ] 1 is] pany the story "A Child Looks Back" in These Are Our Freedoms, The group will make Him- . At present tamer ~nes o u h i t arid I ,~,~, %%' Ill Ilg O g ~ D ~ O T [teachin~ at the Universityof/ liar library cards as shown on the chart for s ggested books during t ers udy p d. I tJ I! ll" "" ""-- "" -- " " " /San Diego high school. Follow-~--~ -- Home of K-L GAS ing his ordination in the Chapel I I IlililllllmI . :me: 'L /llli ./oftheImmaculataattheUni-/] SUNDAY 6:30 P.M. OCKFORD I. . ~,Ill rLa,~n -=m,II 1-"-- "7" ] ~'~[:][~-~ "~'~;kK LGAs ) [[|versity of San Diego, he willll I )DOrtlna l oodsl!l Monument Works II t ~ [[|offer his first Solemn Mass inll -UAVI:DIrI(n W~T~HES I r ~ III FR~tPORT, iLUNO~SII I U~------~- - ' ~'~ l$1San Pedro Calif where hisll .IIIIPIII~III~I~ o~ ~ t I Paint ond Hordwo~e I II [ H Brown--W H Brown 0wne. II 1 ~ =: ' " ,~+, /I I . l' SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL ~noemat~erslor I 128E. Stephenson--Freepart Ill 07"s. ao,"ADorns'2-2312 llr --. - . . 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