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Reading Psychology

May 2008 Volume 29, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Using an Interactive Singing Software Program: A Comparative Study of Struggling Middle School Readers

    Marie C. Biggs, Susan P. Homan, Robert Dedrick, Vanessa Minick & Timothy Rasinski

    Software that teaches users to sing in tune and in rhythm while providing real-time pitch tracking was used in a study of struggling middle school readers. The software, Carry-a-Tune (CAT) was... More

    pp. 195-213

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  2. The Efficacy of Computer-Assisted Instruction for Advancing Literacy Skills in Kindergarten Children

    Paul Macaruso & Adelaide Walker

    We examined the benefits of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) as a supplement to a phonics-based reading curriculum for kindergartners in an urban public school system. The CAI program provides... More

    pp. 266-287

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