reading program

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Noun1.reading program - a program designed to teach literacy skills
course of study, curriculum, syllabus, programme, program - an integrated course of academic studies; "he was admitted to a new program at the university"
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Common Core reading program from Cengage Learning's NGL posts growth in adoptions and efficacy in the K-5 reading market
Literary Elements'' is the theme of the Bigelow Free Public Library's 2014 Adult Summer Reading Program, combining science and literature in a variety of programs sure to pique your interest.
Applications are invited for Consultant for reading program website development.
After exploring the idea of a camp-based reading program in 2009, Sherwood Forest introduced a formal reading program the following summer.
Dewitz, a professor, staff developer, and researcher who has studied core programs, and Wolskee, a teacher and reading specialist, show teachers how to remodel their core reading program to support every student.
org Reading Program has continued to grow, launching educational content for 1,000 commonly used English words in July 2011 and adding an English as a Second Language interface in February 2012.
Capstone Digital's myON Reader, a Web-based reading program, provides access to more than 2,500 books, customized to each student's interests and reading ability.
The FANatic About Reading Program encourages elementary school children to read, especially during the summer.
When the Los Angeles Public Library launched its volunteer reading program in 1989, it was designed to appeal to grandparents and was called Grandparents and Books, or GAB.
Balancing Reading & Language Learning: A Resource For Teaching English Language Learners K-5 by educational consultant and former bilingual resource teacher, ESL teacher, and literacy coach Mary Cappellini offers a framework for a balanced classroom reading program that includes the use of reading aloud, shared reading, guided reading, and independent reading to develop a student's skills and fluency in the English language.
Proponents of code-based approaches to reading instruction have suggested that literature-based approaches push the teaching of phonics and reading skills to the periphery of the reading program (Footman, Francis, & Fletcher, 1998).
A new Catholic reading program hopes to get as many U.