Extensive Reading Interventions in Grades K-3: From Research to Practice.

@inproceedings{Scammacca2007ExtensiveRI,
  title={Extensive Reading Interventions in Grades K-3: From Research to Practice.},
  author={Nancy Scammacca and Sharon R. Vaughn and Greg J Roberts and Jeanne A Wanzek and Joseph K. Torgesen},
  year={2007}
}
The report summarizes relevant high-quality research studies and synthesizes their findings to determine the relative effectiveness of interventions for struggling early readers. Additionally, we outline the implications of these findings for practice. Specific suggestions for implementing the findings are discussed in detail beginning on page 29; they are briefly listed below. 1. Extensive interventions can be effective even when provided by relatively low-cost implementers when appropriate… CONTINUE READING

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