Dive Into Wilson Reading. A Peers Action Research Group August, 2004. Group Participants. Deb Paputsakis, facilitator Nancy Wallace Sam Clippinger Sandy Mohley Tracy Gunderman. Project Description.
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We are all eager to learn about our new reading series, Wilson Reading. There are over 71/2 hours of videotapes to watch. We would also like to review all of our classroom materials for Wilson Reading, and discuss how we will implement the program this fall in our classrooms.
Our special education students reading scores need to improve, as data from proficiency tests, Dibels scores, and classroom assessments show. This year we will have two new and different programs to use. They are Wilson Reading and ReadWell. We would like to research these and see how we can use them to improve student scores in reading.
As a result of this project, we hope that the reading scores of our special education students will improve. We will use assessment throughout the year to monitor and measure the progress of our students.
We discussed the pros and cons of each reading program. We also found out that the Wilson Reading Program is not meant for students in the 50, 60, or low 70 IQ’s. At the elementary level we felt it might be best to go through ReadWell first, and then move them into Wilson Reading after mastery of Read Well. Reading A-Z books, PlatoReading, Orchard Reading, and Intensive Phonics could be used to supplement these programs.