Corrective Reading provides intensive and accelerated reading intervention. The Direct Instruction program delivers tightly sequenced, carefully planned lessons that give struggling students the structure and practice necessary to become skilled, fluent readers and empowered learners. Four levels for decoding plus four for comprehension address the varied reading deficits and skill levels found among older students.
The Series Guide provides instruction on how to deliver a placement test and how to organize your groups and lesson planning. It provides an overview of the entire program and the scope and sequence as well as teaching techniques and lesson examples.
Each level of SRA’s Corrective Reading Decoding program has features that have been demonstrated through research studies to be effective in improving student performance.
The Decoding strand directly addresses all critical reading components including phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Note that vocabulary and comprehension are addressed more thoroughly by the companion Corrective Reading Comprehension strand.
With Corrective Reading Decoding, you will have:
The Corrective Reading Comprehension programs explicitly teach the vocabulary, background knowledge, and reasoning skills that support the understanding of text.
With Corrective Reading Comprehension, you will: