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Rachelle S. Savitz; Jennifer D. Morrison; Christy Brown; Charlene Aldrich; Britnie D. Kane; W. Ian O'Byrne – Reading Research Quarterly, 2024
School requests for professional learning on adolescent literacy often stem from low or stagnant reading scores on state standardized assessments and legislative policies that require educators to complete literacy coursework. These decisions are often made without teachers' voices, requiring teachers to take coursework they may not need or learn…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Faculty Development, Adolescents, Reading Achievement
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Tanya S. Wright; Lori Bruner; Amy Cummings; Katharine O. Strunk – Reading Research Quarterly, 2024
This instrumental case study is focused on understanding more about literacy instruction in K-3 classrooms during the pandemic-impacted 2020-2021 school year. The study aims to examine (a) how teachers described their literacy instruction before and during the COVID-19 pandemic; (b) the types of literacy instructional practices teachers…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Kindergarten, Early Childhood Teachers, Literacy Education
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Amber Lawson – Reading Research Quarterly, 2024
Young children of Color from minoritized communities can co-author decodable stories using phonics skills they have been taught, their lived experiences, and home languages, including nondominant English languages, to develop decoding skills using student-generated decodable readers. While traditional and curricular decodable readers are used…
Descriptors: Phonics, Reading Instruction, Decoding (Reading), Urban Schools
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Deborah Wells Rowe; Laura Piestrzynski; Alexandria Ree Hadd; John W. Reiter – Reading Research Quarterly, 2024
This study explores how preschoolers develop understandings of the symbolic nature of print in the context of their own writing. Using qualitative methods and a cross-sectional design, this study documents the learning trajectory that begins with children's earliest experiences linking speech and print in writing events and continues as they learn…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Preschool Education, Writing (Composition), Alphabets
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Frank Hakemulder; Anne Mangen – Reading Research Quarterly, 2024
The increasing use of digital technologies has implications for reading. Online and on-screen reading often consist of engaging with multiple, short, multimedia snippets of information, whereas longform reading is in decline. Meta-analyses have identified a screen inferiority when reading informational texts, but not narrative texts. The mode…
Descriptors: Reading Habits, Handheld Devices, Preferences, Books
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Alessandra Valentini; Rachel E. Pye; Carmel Houston-Price; Jessie Ricketts; Julie A. Kirkby – Reading Research Quarterly, 2024
Children can learn words incidentally from stories. This kind of learning is enhanced when stories are presented both aurally and in written format, compared to just a written presentation. However, we do not know why this bimodal presentation is beneficial. This study explores two possible explanations: whether the bimodal advantage manifests…
Descriptors: Learning Modalities, Listening, Eye Movements, Children
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Hall, Colby; Dahl-Leonard, Katlynn; Cho, Eunsoo; Solari, Emily J.; Capin, Philip; Conner, Carlin L.; Henry, Alyssa R.; Cook, Lysandra; Hayes, Latisha; Vargas, Isabel; Richmond, Cassidi L.; Kehoe, Karen F. – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
This meta-analysis included experimental or quasi-experimental intervention studies conducted between 1980 and 2020 that aimed to improve reading outcomes for Grade K-5 students with or at risk for dyslexia (i.e., students with or at risk for word reading difficulties, defined as scoring at or below norm-referenced screening or mean baseline…
Descriptors: Dyslexia, At Risk Students, Reading Tests, Meta Analysis
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Kim, Young-Suk Grace; Petscher, Yaacov – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
It is widely recognized that individuals with dyslexia have difficulties with word reading and spelling, and individuals with reading comprehension difficulties have low vocabulary knowledge. However, little is known about the extent to which spelling and vocabulary are informative of reading difficulties. In the present study, we investigated…
Descriptors: Spelling, Vocabulary Skills, Reading Comprehension, Reading Difficulties
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Khanolainen, Daria; Salminen, Jenni; Eklund, Kenneth; Lerkkanen, Marja-Kristiina; Torppa, Minna – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
By investigating children whose parents have dyslexia, family risk (FR) studies are expanding our understanding of the intergenerational transmission of dyslexia. These studies, however, vary in their identification of FR, and how the use of different identification methods influences research findings and conclusions is yet to be systematically…
Descriptors: Dyslexia, Parent Background, Parents with Disabilities, Risk Assessment
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Al Otaiba, Stephanie; McMaster, Kristen; Wanzek, Jeanne; Zaru, Mai W. – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
The purpose of this paper is to describe what we know and what we still need to learn about literacy intervention for children who experience significant difficulties learning to read. We reviewed 14 meta-analyses and systematic reviews of experimental and quasi-experimental studies published in the last decade that examined the effects of reading…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Students with Disabilities, Dyslexia, Intervention
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Shanahan, Timothy – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
In this article, I provide an examination of research evidence concerning the effects of classroom instruction (Tier 1) for students with dyslexia and other reading problems. I discuss the suitability and limitations of different types of research evidence that may be used to determine how best to support the learning of these students in the…
Descriptors: Dyslexia, Students with Disabilities, Reading Difficulties, Evidence Based Practice
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Dymock, Susan; Nicholson, Tom – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
Arguably, the classroom teacher is an important factor, if not the most important factor, in helping students with dyslexia to read and write well, yet there is little known about whether teachers perceive that they have the knowledge and confidence to teach these students. The present study was a national online survey of schools in Aotearoa New…
Descriptors: Dyslexia, Teacher Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Elementary School Teachers
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Church, Jessica A.; Grigorenko, Elena L.; Fletcher, Jack M. – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
To learn to read, the brain must repurpose neural systems for oral language and visual processing to mediate written language. We begin with a description of computational models for how alphabetic written language is processed. Next, we explain the roles of a dorsal sublexical system in the brain that relates print and speech, a ventral lexical…
Descriptors: Genetics, Brain Hemisphere Functions, Reading Processes, Oral Language
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Steacy, Laura M.; Edwards, Ashley A.; Rigobon, Valeria M.; Gutiérrez, Nuria; Marencin, Nancy C.; Siegelman, Noam; Himelhoch, Alexandra C.; Himelhoch, Cristina; Rueckl, Jay; Compton, Donald L. – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
Quasiregular orthographies such as English contain substantial ambiguities between orthography and phonology that force developing readers to acquire flexibility during decoding of unfamiliar words, a skill referred to as a "set for variability" (SfV). The ease with which a child can disambiguate the mismatch between the decoded form of…
Descriptors: Children, Dyslexia, Predictor Variables, Word Recognition
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Wagner, Richard K.; Lonigan, Christopher J. – Reading Research Quarterly, 2023
Definitions of dyslexia typically make reference to unexpected poor reading, although how best to operationalize unexpected remains an issue. When operationally defined as reading below expectations based on the level of oral language, cases of unexpected poor reading make up fewer than half of cases of poor reading, and cases of unexpected poor…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Young Children, Grade 1, Grade 2
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