Teaching Children to Read: An Evidence-Based Assessment of the Scientific Research Literature on Reading and Its Implications for Reading Instruction. Chapter 3: Fluency

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 22 describes the following: Title | Teaching Children to Read: An Evidence-Based Assessment of the Scientific Research Literature on Reading and Its Implications for Reading Instruction. Chapter 3: Fluency Author | National Reading Panel Source | National Reading Panel, Bethesda, MD.  Reports of the Subgroups. Chapter 3: Fluency (NIH Publication No. 00-4754) Year Published | 2000 Abstract This report presents the … [Read more...]

A Synthesis of Research on Effective Interventions for Building Reading Fluency with Elementary Students with Learning Disabilities

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 30 describes the following: Title | A Synthesis of Research on Effective Interventions for Building Reading Fluency with Elementary Students with Learning Disabilities Author | Chard, D.J., Vaughn, S., & Tyler, B-J. Source | Journal of Learning Disabilities, 35(5), 386-406. Year Published | 2002 Abstract A synthesis of research on interventions designed to build reading fluency in students with learning … [Read more...]

Fluency and Comprehension Gains as a Result of Repeated Reading

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 55 describes the following: Title | Fluency and Comprehension Gains as a Result of Repeated Reading Author | Therrien, W.J. Source | Remedial and Special Education, 25(4), 252-261. Year Published | 2004 Abstract Repeated reading is an evidenced-based strategy designed to increase reading fluency and comprehension. The author conducted a meta-analysis to ascertain essential instructional components of repeated … [Read more...]

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