How Does the Project Read Curriculum Align to the Florida Center for Reading Research?
Project Read integrates the five critical components of reading instruction—phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension— along with the dimensions of spelling, writing, oral language, and listening comprehension within each lesson. An important component of instruction that is beneficial is the cumulative nature of the scaffolded practice embedded in the program. Each instructional routine consistently begins with a review of previously taught skills, and continues with teacher modeling of a new skill or strategy, guided practice and student practice, and includes frequent progress monitoring checks to affirm mastery.
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