Effects of Two Error-Correction Procedures on Oral Reading.

@inproceedings{Rose1982EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of Two Error-Correction Procedures on Oral Reading.},
  author={Terry L. Rose and Elizabeth McEntire and Carol A. Dowdy},
  year={1982}
}
An alternating-treatments design was used to investigate the relative effectiveness of two error-correction procedures, word supply and phonic analysis, on the oral reading performance of five elementary-school learning disabled students, four boys and one girl. All subjects had deficient oral reading skills. Results indicated that (a) increased oral reading rates were related to systematic correction procedures, and (b) the word-supply procedure was relatively superior to the phonic analysis… CONTINUE READING

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