Impact of Reading Recovery Strategies on a Small Group of First Graders' Reading Achievement
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The research of a small group of four first graders during reading instruction included Reading Recovery procedures and strategies to develop independent reading skills. Two Hispanic and two Caucasian children participated in the study. The effects of intervention were measured using pre and post Reading Recovery Observational Survey to compare independent reading levels. Running records were used during the intervention to document changes in reading behaviors and determine strategies, which still needed to be developed. All four subjects showed evidence of increased independent reading skills. These results indicate that Reading Recovery procedures and strategies were an effective tool in developing independent reading skills in a small group situation.
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