Volume 4, Issue 1

Struggling Readers, Autumn 2011 Better UK - Struggling Readers

If teachers can identify struggling readers early, they can provide a broad array of effective interventions, from one-to-one and small group tutoring to co-operative learning to comprehensive school reform. This issue presents articles on proven solutions to reading failure in both primary and secondary schools. These solutions vary in many ways, but collectively they tell us something very important: ultimately, virtually all children can succeed in reading.

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Contents

Page Title Author
4–5 What works for struggling readers Robert Slavin
6–7 Teaching struggling readers in the classroom Lynne Vernon-Feagans and Marnie Ginsberg
8–9 Reading interventions for secondary pupils Sharon Vaughn and Jack Fletcher
10–11 Cracking the code with supplemental tutoring Patricia Vadasy
12–13 Improving vocabulary teaching through Teacher Study Groups Joseph Dimino, Mary Jo Taylor, and Russell Gersten
14–15 Scaling up in education: Balancing fidelity and innovation Jerome D’Agostino and Emily Rodgers
16–17 Technology-supported three-tier reading tuition Bette Chambers
18–19 Teaching struggling readers foundational reading skills Maureen Lovett and colleagues
20–21 A comprehensive approach to adolescent literacy intervention Kristin De Vivo
22–23 Early identification and prevention of reading problems Stephanie Al Otaiba
24–25 Evidence in the news
26–27 Latest research
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