Peer: A program for reading recovery in the regular classroom
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Type of Work58 pages
DepartmentEarly and Elementary Education
Reading recovery -- Elementary education
Reading recovery programs
Reading recovery programs in Maryland
Many children enter first grade without the background knowledge necessary for success in reading. They are placed in traditional reading programs where they are quickly left behind. Unfortunately, once a student initially falls behind it becomes difficult to catch up as the years progress.Once a student is placed in a special education program he/she rarely ever rejoins the regular curriculum of his/her peers (Spiegel,1995). However, Reading Recovery is an interventional reading program in use today that gives initially low-achieving readers an opportunity to receive the special help and enrichment they need to perform at the level of their peers.
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