Tag: reading

Stamina in Silent Reading

Elfrieda H. Hiebert offers literacy advice In all likelihood, you are reading these words silently. Silent reading is the mode in which adults typically read....

New Literacy Program for Middle School & Up

The National Center for Education Statistics has found that approximately two-thirds of eighth-grade students in the U.S. cannot read proficiently (https://nces.ed.gov/programs/coe/pdf/coe_cnb.pdf), a figure that...

The Eyes Tell All

MIT study shows eye movements reveal linguistic fluency Tracing the eye movements of someone as they read in a second language may be able to...

Access to Books Improves Learning

Yet another study has shown that increasing access to books improves student outcomes “Reaching Families Where They Are: Examining an Innovative Book Distribution Program,” published...

Newspapers, Childhood Reading Key to Strong Vocabulary

Researchers at London’s Institute of Education have found that children who are avid readers...

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Bilinguals Single Out Second Language While Reading

Reading and speaking in a second language can be difficult, especially when the second...

Revolutionize Reading Instruction!

David Boulton suggests a solution for low literacy rates in America     Plain Text Below The number one cause of low literacy in America is the archaic...

Re-Gifted Reading

Stephen Krashen finds an easy way to help close the achievement gap in literacy and clean up clutter at the same time There is overwhelming...

Software Focus

In addition to the humble book, publishers have launched an array of reading programs designed to help readers of all types acquire the skills they...
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