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Early Reading Research (Reading)

Beginning Reading

Early Reading Research has limited evidence of effectiveness for beginning reading. The one qualifying study included in this review showed an effect size of +0.54.

About Early Reading Research

Early Reading Research is a whole-class reading program in which children are taught as a whole class, rather than in small reading groups. Teachers are given professional development in structured, systematic methods of teaching phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, and oral reading.

More on this review

For more on the review of Early Reading Research, read the BEE review of beginning reading.

More on Early Reading Research

For more information on Early Reading Research, e-mail j.e.solity@warwick.ac.uk.

The Best Evidence Encyclopedia (BEE)

For other reviews of research on education programs, see the Best Evidence Encyclopedia homepage at www.bestevidence.org.

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