Adolescent struggling readers not only need instruction in skills they missed in earlier grades; these students present other unique challenges as they fall further and further behind academically.
But even at these later grades, it’s not too late to help these students.
In this white paper, renowned literacy expert and researcher Dr. Louisa Moats describes the unique characteristics of struggling adolescent readers, and outlines the essential components of intervention and instruction that can help this population of students to succeed in school and in life.
Teaching Adolescents to Read: It’s Not Too Late
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