Testing reading recovery strategies as a whole class approach to reading.
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Thesis (M. Sc. (Education Management)) - University of Ulster, 20001.

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  NEPS- Balanced Approach to Literacy Development in the Early Years- 10 Click here to hear Siobhan O’Donoghue, Reading Recovery Specialist (PDST) talking about the structure of the Literacy Tree. Broadly, we see language as being at the core of reading - it is the trunk of the tree. Reading and literacy are essentially language ://   Reading aloud and socially: Reading doesn’t have to be a solitary, silent act. Reading out loud to yourself can make the words and ideas clearer, and so can reading in a pair or group. Two people have a much better chance of understanding difficult sections than one person alone, and reading socially is more fun and less of a :// The Whole Language Approach to Reading Two main grouping techniques are whole-class and small-group instruction. students could read a short book and answer questions pertaining to a Reading Recovery is a literacy programme designed for the lowest achieving children aged around six that enables them to reach age-expected levels within 20 weeks. It involves a short series of daily one-to-one lessons for 30 minutes with a specially trained ://