Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Reading Recovery Program (Ohio State University); Reading (Elementary); Guided reading;
Learning to read means developing decoding skills in order to make meaning out of printed words. To make meaning, the reader uses a number of sources of information that are sometimes called cues. These cues include phonics, syntax (how language is put together), semantics (meaning), schema (background), sight words and others. In order for these words or information to be processed two events must occur. First, the learner must use learned reading strategies, and second he/she has to self-monitor.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
John E. Henning
Victoria L. Robinson
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©2005 Tammy A. Theroith
Theroith, Tammy A., "The Success of Early Reading Interventions" (2005). Graduate Research Papers. 1632.