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Title:  Project Read Phonology
Description: Project Read is a multisensory language arts curriculum designed for use in a classroom or group setting. Two main objectives of the program are to use language in all its forms, and to use responsive instruction rather than preplanned textbook lessons. The program emphasizes direct instruction, and lessons move from letter-sounds to words, sentences, and stories. The What Works Clearinghouse review of the effectiveness research on Project Read identified one study that falls within the scope of the Students with Learning Disabilities review protocol that meets WWC evidence standards, and presents sufficient outcome data to allow the WWC to make a determination of the effectiveness of Project ReadŽ Phonology. The study included 66 students with learning disabilities in kindergarten through grade 4 from five school districts. The Clearinghouse review found Project Read Phonology to have no discernible effects on general reading achievement for students with learning disabilities.
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Cover Date: July 2010
Web Release: July 1, 2010
Publication #: WWC IRSLDPR10
Center/Program: WWC
Type of Product: Intervention Report
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