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    Who can remember this reading aid that was used in primary/infant schools in the 70s? the Student Reading Laboratory was an American idea that came in a big box containing reading cards separated into various levels of competence that were colour coded. Each section contained 12 cards (I think). Basically you read a passage on one of the cards and then you had to answer questions and then mark yourself and asssess how you thought you had done. All your work was recorded in a special workbook from the Student Reading Association. There was also a quick version of SRA called "ratebuilders". All very clever and very American!!

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    I remember doing some of the SRA work, the class was read a story & we had to answer questions about them in the work book.
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