(2000). Teaching children to read : an evidence-based assessment of the scientific research literature on reading and its implication on reading instrcution. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Reading Panel. En ligne : <http://www.nichd.nih.go ... s/nrp/upload/report.pdf>.
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Keywords: Ă‰tats-Unis, lecture
Publisher: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
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The purpose of this report of the National Reading Panel (NRP) was to examine the scientific evidence relevant to the impact of phonemic awareness instruction on reading and spelling development. In the analyses conducted, the NRP sought answers to questions such as the following: Is phonemic awareness instruction effective in helping children learn to read? Under what circumstances and for which children is it most effective? Were studies showing its effectiveness
designed appropriately to yield scientifically valid findings? What does a careful analysis of the findings reveal? How applicable are these findings to classroom practice? To evaluate the adequacy and strength of the evidence, the NRP conducted a meta-analysis.
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