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Word-reading strategies: English-speaking first graders learning Hebrew as a second language
Elementary students' prior knowledge and the Cooperative Integrated Reading and Composition (CIRC) model in second-language reading comprehension
Differential acquisition of English letter-sound correspondences in bilingual and monolingual primary students
Student response to Sustained Silent Reading (SSR) as an eighth-grade literacy practice
Adolescents' perceptions of the sociocultural construct of disability when responding to literature: "Of Mice and Men"
Prior knowledge, two teaching approaches for metacognition: Main idea and summarization strategies in reading
The reading and writing self-efficacy beliefs of students with discrepant reading and writing performance
Adolescent dyadic talk around a young adult novel: Developing understandings and relationships
Inside the reading class of a student diagnosed with autism: An investigation into reading instructional practices
Explicit instruction of graphic organizers as an informational text reading comprehension strategy: Third-grade students' strategies and perceptions
Self-efficacy, word reading, and vocabulary knowledge in English language learners
Finger-point reading instruction using storybooks: The effects on kindergarten children's early literacy skills
The utilization of curriculum based measurements to predict comprehension performance in Reading First schools
Fifth-grade readers' use of metacognitive strategies to comprehend social studies nonnarrative texts
The schema strategies in reading comprehension tasks of fourth-grade students with reading difficulties
Out-of-school literacy activities of affluent early adolescents: Selective competencies and hidden needs
Perceived competence and depressive symptoms in children with reading problems
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