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An analysis of the Reading Mastery program: Effective components and research review

Schieffer, C.; Marchand-Martella, N.; Martella, R.; Simonsen, F.; Waldron-Soler, K.
Abstract:
This article articulates the alignment of Reading Mastery with research-validated features of effective instruction in the areas of oral language, decoding, and reading comprehension. The second part of the article summarizes 25 studies and two large-scale research reviews of the general effectiveness of Reading Mastery. Study characteristics that are reported include: comparison program, participants, research design, dependent variables, fidelity of implementation, program effectiveness, and additional outcome data. 67% of studies reviewed favored Reading Mastery, while 14% of studies reported comparison programs as more effective. (Copyright © 2011, National Institute for Direct Instruction (NIFDI). All rights reserved).
Research areas:
Year:
2002
Main publication type:
Program Effectiveness
Subtype:
Article
Keywords:
DISTAR Reading, Reading Mastery, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Action Reading, Cognitive-Development Program, Lippincott Basic Readers, Diagnostic-Prescriptive Remediation, Johnny Right-to-Read, Houghton-Mifflin Reading Series, Integrated Skills Method
Source:
Journal of Direct Instruction
Design type:
N/A
Fidelity monitored:
Yes
Students included:
General Education Students, Special Education Students, Elementary Students, Middle School Students, Adolescents, Kindergarten Students, First Grade Students, Second Grade Students, Third Grade Students, Fourth Grade Students, Fifth Grade Students
Other tags:
DISTAR Reading, Reading Mastery, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Action Reading, Cognitive-Development Program, Lippincott Basic Readers, Diagnostic-Prescriptive Remediation, Johnny Right-to-Read, Houghton-Mifflin Reading Series, Integrated Skills Method, Integrated Reading-Writing, Palo Alto Reading Program, Addison Wesley’s Meet the Superkids, Peabody Language Development Kits, Rebus Reading, Stabilized Learning System Program, reading, language, decoding, reading comprehension, spelling, Sixth Grade Students, Hispanic Students, African American Students, At-Risk Students, Remedial Students, Students w/ Learning Disabilities, Students w/ Disabilities, Students w/ Developmental Delays, Students w/ Mental Retardation, Students w/ Intellectual Disabilities
Location/Setting:
N/A
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