2013．第28卷第1及2期（Vol. 28 Nos. 1 & 2）．pp. 51–84
K–3 School-Wide Reading Model to Improve Literacy Outcomes for Latino English Learners
Jorge PRECIADO, Erin A. CHAPARRO, Jean Louise M. SMITH, & Hank FIEN
The article focuses on the implementation of a framework (School-Wide Reading Model, SWRM) that helps to structure literacy instruction to a population in need of better literacy outcomes. First, a conceptual framework is discussed regarding SWRM. Second, the SWRM framework is explained and tied to the conceptual framework, with a focus on four core SWRM tenets. Third, the literature is reviewed to state the core features of early reading instruction. Fourth, the benefits of assessing students in literacy at several points in time, while interpreting results are discussed. Fifth, recommendations and further inquiry are discussed.
Keywords: school-wide reading model; Latino English learners; systems-level support