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The Case for Late Intervention: Once a Good Reader, Always a Good Reader

Susan Notes: Making the case that There is no critical period for learning to read, this 19-page booklet provides lots of documentation for the benefits of free reading.

by Stephen Krashen and Jeff McQuillan

Published by Language Education Associates 1996 ISBN 0-9652808-0-2 soft cover booklet, 19 pages price: $3.00

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Go to the website below for more books.


The Case for Free Reading

There Is No Critical Period for Learning to Read

Successful Late Readers: Home-schooled Children

Recovered Dyslexics

Malcolm X

Can Poor Readers Read on Their Own?

Can Poor Readers Make up the Gap?

Reluctant Readers

"Fat Kids Who Don't Like to Read": What About Incentives?

Will They Read Only Junk?

The Access Problem

— Stephen Krashen and Jeff McQuillan
The Case for Late Intervention: Once a Good Reader, Always a Good Reader



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