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Best Practices in Promoting Reading Comprehension in Students with Learning Disabilities 1976 to 1996 - Margo A. Mastropieri, Thomas E. Scruggs, 1997

Think-aloud protocols, a version of verbal report in which participants state their thoughts and behaviors, have become increasingly popular as a means of study...

Preview not available<p>Abstract<p>Think-aloud protocols, a version of verbal report in which participants state their thoughts and behaviors, have become …

NELL K. DUKE, P. DAVID PEARSON, Effective Practices for Developing Reading Comprehension, The Journal of Education, Vol. 189, No. 1/2, THEORY, RESEARCH, REFLECTION on TEACHING and LEARNING (2008/2009), pp. 107-122

The Journal of Education<p><b>Description:</b> Founded in 1875, <i>The Journal of Education</i> at Boston University School of Education is the oldest continually …

Closing the language gap: Building vocabulary - David Didau

But words are things, and a small drop of ink, falling like dew, upon a thought, produces that which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.<p>Like …

Poorer children fall behind in literacy and earn less in later life, study says

Campaigners call for all nurseries to have an early-years trained graduate as children from disadvantaged families often fall behind at an early age<p>Poorer children who fall behind in reading at an early age earn around 20% an hour less in later life, according to a study commissioned by the Read …

Research Literacy: Literacy Research

Four examples of how research on literacy is conducted and presented.This post contains the key ideas and materials from my presentation at …

Can reading comprehension be taught?

By Valerie Strauss<p>Valerie Strauss<p>Reporter covering education, foreign affairs<p>Email Bio Follow<p>This is the second of five posts I am publishing this week by cognitive scientist Daniel Willingham, all dedicated to reading and based on his new book, “Raising Kids Who Read: What Parents and Teachers Can …

Reading Comprehension

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Serious reading takes a hit from online scanning and skimming, researchers say

By Michael S. Rosenwald<p>Michael S. Rosenwald<p>Enterprise reporter focusing on history, the social sciences, and culture.<p>Email Bio Follow<p>Claire Handscombe has a commitment problem online. Like a lot of Web surfers, she clicks on links posted on social networks, reads a few sentences, looks for exciting …

Reading on a Screen Instead of Paper Might Influence Your Comprehension

Your reading comprehension might be directly influenced by your preference for paper or pixels, new research revealed.<p>According to a new study …

Kelly Gallagher Readicide Interview Part 1

Homework is wrecking our kids: The research is clear, let’s ban elementary homework

<b>(KatarinaGondova via iStock)</b><p>Homework does have an impact on young students — but it’s not a good one<p>Heather Shumaker<p>March 5, 2016 11:00pm (UTC)<p>“There is no evidence that any amount of homework improves the academic performance of elementary students.”<p>This statement, by homework research guru Harris …

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Creating Fluent Readers - Educational Leadership

Defining reading fluency may help clarify the issue. Successful reading requires readers to process the text (the surface level of reading) and …

4 Things Worse Than Not Learning To Read In Kindergarten

The year Sam started kindergarten, he turned 6 in October. He was one of the oldest children in his class, and he didn't know how to read. When he started first grade he was almost 7, and he still didn't know how to read. Fortunately for Sam, he entered first grade in 1999. And his teachers, Mrs. …

Kindergarten