Taking a Different Route: Contribution of Articulation and Metacognition to Intervention With At-Risk Third-Grade Readers

@inproceedings{Trainin2014TakingAD,
  title={Taking a Different Route: Contribution of Articulation and Metacognition to Intervention With At-Risk Third-Grade Readers},
  author={Guy Trainin and Kathleen Marie Wilson and Malinda Murphy-Yagil and Joan L. Rankin-Erickson},
  year={2014}
}
This study compared the impact of 2 types of small-group interventions targeting below-level 3rd-grade students. The study compared WordWork decoding and spelling instruction (Calfee, Miller, Norman, Wilson, & Trainin, 2006; Calfee & Patrick, 1995), which includes attention to articulation and metacognition, with a more traditional phonological awareness program (Torgesen & Bryant, 1993). University education students delivered the interventions with equal instructional time and fidelity, to… CONTINUE READING