The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 22, 1964 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, October 22, 1964
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Thursday, Oct. 22 r I TH^JIPTOH DAILYtHrBUNE Page 5 Woman's World By HORTENSE MYERS United Press International INDIANAPOLIS (TJPI) — Elementary teachers who teach only at the one grade level to which they are assigned contribute to the pool I of Johnnies and Susies who can't .read; an expert says. ; Dr. Mary Austin, professor of education at Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, will make the point in her talks with elementary teachers during the 111th ' annual Indiana State Teachers Association Conven- vention, Oct. 22-23. Dr. Austin warned in a telephone interview that the area of how children learn to read is a complex one but she said one of the. difficulties is the teacher who. assumes that because she is a third-grade teacher -she should teach only at the third-grade level. Dr. Austin, a former elementary teacher in her home state of New York, supervised two major reading studies at the elementary level done under Harvard University-Carnegie Foundation sponsorship. She noted that a third grade teacher normally can expect to have children with reading achievement levels ranging from pre-primer to seventh grade and even wider ranges of difference for higher elementary grades. Other sources of difficulty in learning to read include classes so large the teacher cannot give time to individual pupils or physical or emotional problems of the pupil which prevent him from learning. Grouping within a class and supplemental material are ways in which a single teacher may help span the .wide range of reading ability she finds within her single grade level, Dr. Austin said. She suggested that parents who oppose the grouping approach be reminded of the greater danger to a child placed in "a frustrating situation in which he continually is beyond his reading achievement level." Some 45,000 teachers will go to school in many areas in addition to Teading during the two-day convention which is held in seven Indiana cities—Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, South Bend, Hammond, Muncie, Ev- ansvilie and New. Albay. While several top general speakers are on the / program, including India's ambassador to the* United States, Braj Kumar Nehru, and U.S. Commissioner of Education Francis Keppel, the heavy work of the convention is in the many training sessions provided in the daily educational areas in which the teachers teach. Fashionettes Raincoat designer Lawrence of London, keeper of fashion- dojns most famous velveteen zoo, has added another rain coat to his tiger and leopard print menagerie. This time it's civet-printed velveteen, brush- stroked to resemble real fur. He showed it in a shaped-front coat with back swagger, and a double-breasted judo coat, styled with kimono sleeves and a mandarin collar. ..- Come spring, watch for the invasion of a new baby doll shoe silhouette from Euope. The National Shoe Retailers Association said the shape being shown.-most often is a far cry from the very short baby doll last. These are elongated; heels tend to be curvy and shaped. The resulting shoe, much more feminine and elegant. Ron Postal, director of the National Council of Men's Fashions, on a busman's holiday in Europe for a look at continental styles, reports: "The average man in Paris is only one jump ahead of,the smock and coarse shirt of his peasant forebears and by comparison most American males are in the well-dressed class." Autumn's - dance and date dresses twirl, twist, slink and sheathe. Moonlit cottons such as lush printed or plain velve­ teens and velvets — sometimes quilted for-textured interest — sumptuous corduroys and puffy cotton quilts are favored fabrics "with the college and career set. All contribute their richness to evening's "young princess" look. Portugal,, making a bid for a greater share of the U. S. mar- kef, had made her first entry into the fashion market wtih fine, handcrafted leather sandals.; The sandals will be, on sale at the end of the year, in time for resort and cruise wear. The importance of all, the figure extremities in fall fashion — head, fleck,'legs, feet, hands, wrists — gives new importance to, rings and bracelets. Jhe favored look: heirloom. The heirloom' look' shows i n jewelry at all "price levels. Household Hints Eye appeal is not very far removed from taste appeal, according to U. S. Department of Agriculture Extension Service nutritionists. 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