1. Reading Ability: Its Status and Nature. 2. Reading Readiness/emergent Literacy. 3. Beginning Reading Instruction. 4. An Overview of Reading Instruction. 5. Adapting Reading Instruction to Individual Differences. 6. What Is Reading Disability? 7. Assessing Reading Performance. 8. Correlates of Reading Disability I: Cognitive Factors. 9. Correlates of Reading Disability II: Neurological, Physiological, and Physical Factors. 10. Correlates of Reading Disability III: Educational, Sociocultural, and Emotional Factors. 11. Basic Principles of Remedial Reading. 12. Developing Word Recognition Ability. 13. Dealing with Word Recognition Problems. 14. Reading Comprehension I: Vocabulary Development and Sentence Comprehension. 15. Reading Comprehension II: Comprehension beyond the Sentence Level. 16. Reading Comprehension III: Learning through Reading. 17. Reading Comprehension IV: Reading Rate and Flexibility. 18. Fostering the Desire to Read Voluntarily. . Appendices: A Descriptive Listing of Tests by Types; Series Books for Remedial Reading; The Harris-Jacobson Wide Ranging Readability Formula.Harris, Albert J. is the author of 'HOW TO INCREASE READING ABILITY' with ISBN 9780801302466 and ISBN 0801302463.