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Title: Failure Free Reading
Description: Failure Free Reading is a language development program designed to improve vocabulary, fluency, word recognition, and reading comprehension for kindergarten through grade 12 students who score in the bottom 15% on standardized tests and who have not responded to conventional beginning reading instruction. The three key dimensions of the program are repeated exposure to text, predictable sentence structures, and story concepts that require minimal prior knowledge. The program combines systematic, scripted teacher instruction, talking software, workbook exercises, and independent reading activities. The program is delivered through small group or individual instruction.
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Cover Date: July 2007
Web Release: July 2, 2007
Publication #: WWC IRBRFFR07
Center/Program: WWC
Type of Product: Intervention Report
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