Slavin Robert E., Chamberlain Anne & Daniels Cecelia (2007). Â« Preventing Reading Failure Â». Educational Leadership, vol. 65, nÂ° 2, octobre. En ligne : <http://www.ascd.org/por ... x.portlet.prp_818d37ec9>.
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BibTeX citation key: Slavin2007
Keywords: lecture, pratique pĂ©dagogique
Creators: Chamberlain, Daniels, Slavin
Collection: Educational Leadership
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The middle school years offer the last chance for many struggling students to build the literacy skills they will need to succeed in high school. Although many middle schools now offer reading instruction to all or most of their students, such intervention will only be effective if it responds to adolescent students' developmental needs and builds on their strengths. This article describes The Reading Edge, a program developed by the Success for All Foundation to break the cycle of reading failure that many adolescents experience. According to the authors, the program's componentsâ€”cooperative learning, proactive classroom management, instruction in metacognitive skills, goal setting, and frequent assessment and feedbackâ€”work together to support student learning. Early evaluations of the program have demonstrated its effectiveness.
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