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101 Conducting action research in a rural high school setting using peers as Corrective Reading Marchand-Martella, N.; Martella, R.; Orlob, M.; Ebey, T. 2000 Secondary Reading
102 Corrective Feedback in Oral Reading Heubusch, J.; Lloyd, J. 1998 Elementary Reading, Secondary Reading
103 Corrective Reading evaluation study Kasendorf, S. J.; McQuaid, P. 1987 Elementary Reading, Secondary Reading
104 Corrective Reading program evaluated with secondary students in San Diego Campbell, M. L. 1984 Secondary Reading
105 Corrective Reading Program: An Analysis of Effectiveness with Learning Disabled and Mentally Retarded Students Polloway, E.; Epstein, M.; Polloway, C.; Patton, J.; Ball, D. 1986 Secondary Reading
106 Corrective Reading Programme: An evaluation Gregory, R.; Hackney, C.; Gregory, N. 1982 Secondary Reading
107 Corrective Reading tested in U.K.: An Exciting year with Direct Instruction Holdsworth, P. 1985 Elementary Reading
108 Corrective Reading: An effective method for teaching severely learning disabled elementary students Worner, L. J. 1989 Elementary Reading
109 Corrective Reading: An evidence-based remedial reading intervention Hempenstall, K. 2008 Elementary Reading, Secondary Reading
110 Corrective spelling program evaluated Vreeland, M. 1982 Spelling
111 Curriculum influences on growth in early reading fluency for students with academic and behavioral risks: A descriptive study Kamps, D.; Wills, H.; Greenwood, C.; Thorne, S.; Lazo, J.; Crockett, J.; Akers, J.; Swaggart, B. 2003 Elementary Reading, Kindergarten
112 Decoding words: The facilitative effects of saying sounds in a word: Without pausing Weisberg, P. 1990 Preschool
113 Defeating the reading achievement gap at Fargo Elementary: To each according to his needs P., Centeno B. 2005 Elementary Reading
114 DI Follow Through students show fewer dropouts, fewer retentions, and more high school graduates Gersten, R.; Keating, T. 1983 Project Follow Through
115 DI gains in Big Piney middle school basic skills class Sommers, J. 1988 Elementary Mathematics, Secondary Reading, Writing, Secondary Multiple Subjects, Spelling
116 DI outcomes with middle-class second graders Engelmann, S.; Carnine, D. 1982 Elementary Reading, Elementary Mathematics, Language, Elementary Multiple Subjects
117 Diagramming a Logic Strategy: Effects on Difficult Problem Types and Transfer Grossen, B.; Carnine, D. 1990 Secondary Reading
118 DIBELS scores advance to grade level with Reading Mastery SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2006 Elementary Reading
119 Differences between a Direct Instruction reading approach and a balanced reading approach among elementary school students McGahey, J. 2002 Elementary Reading
120 Direct Instruction and First Grade Reading Achievement: The Role of Technical Support and Time of Implementation Stockard, J. 2011 Elementary Reading
121 Direct Instruction and Reading in Africa: A Comparison of DIBELS Scores of a DI School in Liberia, a Comparison Liberian School, and US Schools Stockard, J. 2010 Elementary Reading
122 Direct Instruction for teaching “hard to teach” students Mathes, P.G.; Proctor, T.J. 1988 Project Follow Through, Elementary Multiple Subjects
123 Direct Instruction helps Kentucky blue ribbon school attain record reading scores SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2005 Elementary Reading, Elementary Mathematics, Language, Elementary Multiple Subjects, Spelling, English as a Second Language
124 Direct Instruction in Africa Stockard, J. 2010 Elementary Reading, Elementary Mathematics, Writing, Language, Elementary Multiple Subjects
125 Direct Instruction in an Urban School System DiObilda, N.; Brent, G. 1986 Elementary Reading

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