Reading Improvement

Founded in 1963, Reading Improvement is a magazine for teachers of reading and language arts. Project Innovation of Mobile publishes this magazine quarterly, and its articles cover the education field. Phil Feldman is the Editor and Publisher of Reading Improvement.

Articles from Vol. 37, No. 1, Spring

An Examination of the Functional Relationship between Brain and Language
This paper focuses on the structure/function relationship of the brain and language. Specifically, this paper first reviews the basic theories concerning cortical structures and language representation. This review is followed by an examination of...
A Traveler's Journal
A travel adventure has no substitute. It is the ultimate experience, your one big opportunity for flair. Rosalin Massow (1948-) American writer Universities have entered an era in which international opportunities for faculty are expanding and...
Broadening Concepts through Vocabulary Development
Regardless of which philosophical reading approach the teachers are practicing; the majority expouse their interest in increasing their students' vocabulary skills. Although this is not currently a hot research topic as indicated by (The Reading Teacher),...
Computer Literacy for Workforce Development
In today's workplace, employers seek computer literacy in almost everyone they hire. GTE Project for Literacy promotes workplace technology literacy. It provided technology equipment and assistance in computer literacy for adult learners, to take advantage...
Teaching Second Language Learners in the Regular Classroom
This article describes the steps involved in adapting the language experience approach for teaching second language learners in the regular classroom. The first step involves the discussion of student experiences and knowledge related to the text reading...
The School Principal as Leader in Reading Instruction
The principal has a leading responsibility in improving the school curriculum. The first R (reading, writing, and arithmetic) is vital for all pupils to develop knowledge and skill in since reading cuts across the curriculum and is highly important...
Using Performance Assessment and Portfolio Assessment Together in the Elementary Classroom
Traditional forms of assessment have often been criticized for their failure to truly assess children's learning. To counteract this, many teachers have been using various forms of authentic assessment to supplement their use of traditional forms of...