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This study explored the teachers and tutors perceptions regarding the intervention overall and the perceptions that related to the specific components of the intervention A questionnaire was administered to four tutors and five teachers in Minneapolis and Bloomington public schools n 9 who implemented the intervention The results showed that the perceptions about the general and specific components of the intervention are all very helpful for struggling readers Moreover teachers agreed with that although scaffolded feedback took some time to be mastered it is helpful for help students making the connections Overall the findings of this survey indicate that the perceptions of teachers and tutors on the intervention are high and positive However when comparing the different perceptions between teachers and tutors it showed that teachers and tutors had some discrepancies on the intervention structures As for the difficulties of implementing the intervention the results showed that help students make two-part connections is a little bit challenging Further findings are also discussed in the paper For more than four decades researchers have investigated the effects of reading strategies for students who struggle with reading comprehension including those with learning disabilities LD A large and impressive research base points to an array of reading interventions that can improve outcomes for students who struggle with reading comprehension Literature syntheses have indicated moderate to large effect sizes for students at-risk or identified with learning disabilities Berkeley Scruggs Mastropieri 2010 Gajria Jitendra Sood Sacks 2007 Mastropieri Scruggs 1997 Sencibaugh 2007 Yet even interventions that yield strong mean effect sizes are not effective for all students Gersten Fuchs Williams Baker 2001 Mastropieri Scruggs Bakken Whedon 1996 Swanson 1999The mechanism of effective instructionStudies have been shown that students who are struggling with reading in the primary grades were tended to continue their struggle as they progressed which is associated with their learning profiles However several reasons could lead the results One of the most important
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