Why Prosody Matters: The Importance of Reading Aloud with Expression

Jun 13, 2017 by Logan De Ley
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Reading prosodyReading aloud isn’t just for beginning readers.  Expressive oral reading is a foundational reading skill that all students should be developing between first and fifth grade.  Find out why.  

After Just 24 Days, Summer School Students Significantly Improve Reading Scores

Mar 24, 2011 by Logan De Ley
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Struggling readers from 11 Wayne County public schools achieved a significant increase in reading skills score after using Reading Assistant during a 5-week summer program. Find out how…

Truth in Numbers: School Achieves Statistically Significant Improvements on TAKS

Mar 3, 2011 by Logan De Ley
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Students made significant reading proficiency gains after implementing Reading Assistant software, suggesting that guided oral reading practice with Reading Assistant had a dramatic impact on reading achievement.

Building a Foundation for Academic Success

Oct 15, 2010 by Logan De Ley
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Research shows that extensive reading experience makes better readers.  How much print exposure does a child need to achieve reading fluency and the verbal skills and world knowledge required to succeed in school?

Results from a “Gold Standard Study” Show Significant Student Gains in Language and Literacy Skills

Sep 22, 2010 by Logan De Ley
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A study conducted in Western Australia  using a randomized controlled trial design showed that students who used the Fast ForWord products made significantly greater language and literacy gains than students who did not use the Fast ForWord products.