These books and
the free software come together to provide a greater opportunity to
reach students varying learning styles, with instant
feedback, assessment, and a plan for the students based on their
needs. The books lead students steadily and systematically
from easy readings to more challenging readings.
Seated at a computer, the student must have a copy of the text
in hand while working the question on the screen.
The course leads students steadily and
systematically from easy readings to more challenging readings. It helps readers to
they read assesses the required
reading benchmarks in a way that ENCOURAGES students, instead of
baffling, confusing, and defeating. Systematic and explicit
instruction is used The course and material was
based on the following research: FLARE, a project of the
University of Central Florida, Cris Tovani, I Read It,
But I Don’t Get It, Eric
Jensen, The Learning Brain, and Jeffrey D. Wilhem,
Improving Comprehension With Think-Aloud Strategies
Instructions for Download
For the PC
Reading To Graduate download the free
software, open and follow directions.
Revised Aug 2009
For the Mac
click -download, unzip the sit file
Reading to Graduate with stuff it, and place the folder into the hard drive.
Player. With the player, open the stack "Reading
to Graduate" or "Home" found inside
the folder. Revised Aug 2009