A Control-Group Comparison of Two Reading Fluency Programs: The Helping Early Literacy With Practice Strategies (HELPS) Program and the Great Leaps K-2 Reading Program by ProQuest

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									                                                                               School Psychology Review,
                                                                     2010, Volume 39, No. 1, pp. 137–155




     RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE

  A Control-Group Comparison of Two Reading Fluency
   Programs: The Helping Early Literacy With Practice
    Strategies (HELPS) Program and the Great Leaps
                  K–2 Reading Program

      John C. Begeny, Kelly M. Laugle, Hailey E. Krouse, Amy E. Lynn,
                  Michelle P. Tayrose, and Scott A. Stage

                               North Carolina State University


           Abstract. Reading fluency is a critical component of effective reading instruction
           for students of early elementary age. However, national data suggest that 40% of
           U.S. fourth-grade students are nonfluent readers. Implementing evidence-based,
      
								
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