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Combining Student Choice of Reading Passage with a Repeated Reading Intervention to Increase Oral Reading Fluency
Reading skills are critical to student success in school. Unfortunately, approximately I million children in the United States struggle with some aspect of reading during the first three years of school. Without appropriate ...
An Adapted Great Leaps Reading Intervention's Influence on Letter Sound Fluency and Oral Reading Fluency
Early intervention for struggling readers is essential for developing fluency and more complex reading skills. One supplemental reading program that demonstrates research support is the Great Leaps Reading Program (Mercer ...
Impact of High Versus Low Preference Rewards on Oral Reading Fluency
Preference assessments have been used to identify preferred items that increase the effectiveness of a reinforcer. Informal preference assessments are most often utilized when an individual can verbally identify their most ...