Brief Experimental Analysis of Modeling Interventions for Oral Reading Fluency : Results From a Summer Program
Butterfuss, Reese M.
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Brief experimental analysis (BEA) is an important tool used to guide intervention selection for learners who have failed to respond to standard reading instruction (Reschly, Coolong-Chaffin, Christenson & Gutkin, 2007). The purpose of this project was to examine how BEA procedures could be used to identify a potentially effective oral reading fluency intervention involving different types of modeling combined with practice. Participants were three elementary students who attended a summer reading program. An extended analysis examined the effectiveness of the indicated intervention over time when used within the context of a comprehensive reading instructional package.
Oral reading fluency
Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening-Kindergarten (PALS-K)
Brief experimental analysis
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