Welcome to the Reading Lessons: Young Readers and Struggling Readers Series
September: Reading Lab
By Matthew Glavach
For September, I am adding a new part to the Virtual Reading Lab. The focus is on middle school and high school struggling readers.
I have developed resources to help students with reading problems improve their reading and success in reading and understanding their textbooks.
I am including a science program this month entitled, Success in Academic Content Classes, Science Vocabulary. In the coming months I will include additional resources.
CONTACT ME I would enjoy hearing how the programs are working for you or if you have questions about how to use a program. You can email me at email@example.com or through my website at www.StrugglingReaders.com. I have several reading programs that you can download free at my website.
“Listening to an expressive, meaning-filled voice can draw students into the magic of reading.”
Matthew Glavach, Ph.D., teacher, researcher, and writer, has authored and coauthored over 40 educational programs, including Reading with Donny and Marie Osmond, an original music-based reading program for younger readers, and research articles, including “Breaking the Failure Pattern” in the Journal of Learning Disabilities. More recent research articles include “The Brain, Prosody, and Reading Fluency” and “A Reading Strategy for Content Area Teachers, Parallel Reading Intervention” published with the National Association of Special Education Teachers. In 2005, his reading program Core Reading was among programs chosen by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NICHD, for a possible visit by First Lady Laura Bush. He is currently on the editorial board of The Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals (JAASEP) an online peer-reviewed journal committed to advancing the professional development of special education professionals. With his Northern California company Glavach and Associates, (StrugglingReaders.com), Dr. Glavach is committed to improving student literacy.