Question: How can teachers help students with correctible difficulties in reading?
Answer/Quote: “Children with specific correctible difficulties will show very substantial gains in score when the teacher ‘reinforces’ the pupil’s reading by reading aloud while the child reads silently.” P. 313.
Comment: Worth a try. In addition, may affect student’s fluency in reading. RayS.
Title: “Cross-Validation of a Method for Selecting Children Requiring Special Services in Reading.” HL Crowly and B Ellis. Reading Teacher (January 1971), 312-319.