JOSON, JEAN M. JANUARY 08, 2014 SED 221c- DEVELOPMENTAL READNG 1 MR. CLEMENTE ABAO, JR.
What Is a Developmental Reading Program?
A developmental reading program is a school program that is offered in colleges, which is aimed at increasing the student's skill to a level where he or she can handle the coursework. It prepares the student for a more advanced course. What Accounts for the Success of the Read Right Basic Reading Program? Reading problems are caused when students construct a faulty neural network to guide the process of reading. Because the network has errors encoded in, it operates inappropriately when it is accessed to read. The result is less than efficient, effective reading. The only way to eliminate a reading problem is to compel the brain to remodel the network that is guiding the process inappropriately. The Read Right developmental reading program compels the brain to do this remodeling work, resulting in comfortable, natural reading and understanding of the author’s message. Brains are “plastic,” but they are resistant to remodeling existing networks. The tutoring environment must be precise to facilitate the remodeling work. Read Right consultants come to your campus and train members of your staff to be small group tutors, skilled in providing just the right environment for developmental reading. Imagine the effective learning community you could establish if all students could easily and comfortably get information from print! With Read Right’s innovative intervention model this is possible. Features
Coursework in a developmental reading program will likely focus on various aspects of skillful reading, including understanding vocabulary, finding main ideas in text, answering questions based on text, interpreting tone and analyzing arguments. These...
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