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Corrective Reading provides intensive instruction of critical skills and strategies to optimize learning for students whose reading difficulties place them one or more years behind their peers.
- Provides the explicit, systematic teaching and intensive instructional support that struggling students need to close the achievement gap
- Offers in-depth support for teachers, with detailed lesson plans that orchestrate what to teach and how to teach it
- Engages problem readers with briskly paced lessons and special presentation techniques
- Uses placement tests to identify students' point of entry into the program based on reading level and skill needs
- Supported by independent research and proven in real schools and classrooms
- Corrective Reading Decoding and Corrective Reading Comprehension can effectively be taught separately or used together to tailor the curriculum so that it addresses scheduling requirements and student needs.
- Placement tests create classes with students at similar reading levels and skill needs, reducing the range of differentiation that teachers have to address.
- Fully integrated assessments monitor progress and guide movement through the program.
- A management system, based on realistic goals, motivates students by reinforcing steady improvement in reading performance.
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