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Browser may need to allow pop-ups to read this page. To allow pop-ups, right click on the orange bar and highlight "allow pop-ups." CASTL paper on whether to teach developmental reading students to accommodate to litearcy demands or to develop aptitude to handle them The results of the NSACS what is the NSACS? how does it characterize college reading? indicate that developmental students how did NSACS remedial students do? McCabe Boylan and Saxon should be taught to accommodate to college literacy tasks what is "accommodation" why is this preferred? rather than develop aptitude to improve reading. what is aptitude? why is this not preferred?
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Apologia The assertion above, which looks like a title for an essay, is actually the hypertext version of my article for the CASTL meeting in March 2006. This paper is intended to examine some notions about writing, as well as notions about the effectiveness of accommodation as a way for developmental students to handle their reading tasks. A good easy is supposed to be
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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