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Success in Reading Recovery Depends on the Development of Phonological Processing Skills
James W. Chapman (au); William E. Tunmer (au); Jane E. Prochnow (au). Examines the relationship between the development of phonological processing skills & the effectiveness of Reading Recovery (RR) in a whole language instructional context. Participants were 5-year-old school entrants taking part in a New Zealand-based longitudinal study of beginning literacy achievement. Success in RR was closely associated with phonological processing skills: children who derived modest benefits from RR significantly outperformed those who derived minimal benefits. RR can be more effective in a whole language instructional context if greater emphasis is placed on the development & use of word-level skills & strategies involving phonological information.
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