Graduate Project Title
Model Title I Reading Program in Allignment with the Essential Academic Learning Requriements
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Jack L. McPherson
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Franklin D. Carlson
The purpose of the project was to design and develop a model Title I reading program for John Campbell Elementary School, Selah, Washington, in alignment with the state Essential Learning Requirements. To accomplish this purpose, current research and literature related to the fundamentals of reading/literacy and instructional strategies related to student mastery of this essential academic skill were reviewed. Additionally, related information/ materials from selected sources were obtained and analyzed. The model consists of a number of separately usable components, organized into four units: Student-Centered Classroom, Homogeneous Grouping, Building Fluency, and Phonics & Whole Language. Each unit contains its own assessment piece. The effectiveness of this model program is in part reflected by the author's own success with the model in the classroom.
Maxwell, Jeanne O'Hara, "Model Title I Reading Program in Allignment with the Essential Academic Learning Requriements" (2003). All Graduate Projects. 824.
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Elementary Education Commons, Language and Literacy Education Commons