Early Reading Plans Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Early Reading Plans Introduction In childhood the greatest achievement is learning to read. Every teacher or parent experiences joy when listening read the given words or a story fluently and with an expression that is excellent. Reading consists of a set of processes that are fast-operating and orchestrated and must function together precisely; translating the letters into a sound followed by integration of the sound letter patterns and the meaning of words together (Slavin Lake Davis & Madden 2011). Since these activities happen simultaneously a problem in a particular area can result in partial or even total breakdown. The paper will focus on the two learners experiencing difficulties in reading and develop the best strategy to help them. Case Study 1 The scenario presents Joshua a fourth grader who experiences some challenges in reading. According to his teachers in general education describe be effective in enhancing the reading capabilities of these learners. References Flynn L. J. Zheng X. & Swanson H. L. (2012). Instructing struggling older readers: a selective meta‐analysis of intervention research. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice 27(1) 21-32. Reynolds M. Wheldall K. & Madelaine A. (2010). Components of effective early reading interventions for young struggling readers. Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties 15(2) 171-192. Scammacca N. K. Roberts G. Vaughn S. & Stuebing K. K. (2015). A meta-analysis of interventions for struggling readers in grades 4–12: 1980–2011. Journal of learning disabilities 48(4) 369-390. Slavin R. E. Lake C. Davis S. & Madden N. A. (2011). Effective programs for struggling readers: A best-evidence synthesis. Educational Research Review 6(1) 1-26. Wanzek J. Wexler J. Vaughn S. & Ciullo S. (2010). Reading interventions for struggling readers in the upper elementary grades: A synthesis of 20 years of research. Reading and writing 23(8) 889-912. [...]
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