Literature Survey

The design of The Reader's Edge software all started with an extensive literature survey consisting of books, technical journals and academic papers relating to the field or speed reading. We believe this literature survey represent the most complete and exhaustive study in the niche field of enhanced reading skills ever undertaken.

This research has allowed use to develop the design criteria for our software program The Reader's Edge ensuring it surpasses all academic, theoretical and pedagogical principles relating to the teaching of enhanced reading skills.

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"What Do Our 17-Year-Olds Know?." A Report on the First National Assessment of History and Literature

Author(s):

Ravitch, Diane and Chester E. Finn Jr.

Publisher:

New York: Harper & Row

Published: 

1987

"Why Johnny Can't Read - And What You Can Do About It"

Author(s):

Flesch, Rudolf

Publisher:

New York: Harper & Row

Published: 

February, 1986

"Why Johnny Still Can't Read: A New Look at the Scandal of Our Schools"

Author(s):

Flesch, Rudolf

Publisher:

New York: Harper & Row

Published: 

December, 1985

"Word Finder: The Phonic Key to the Dictionary"

Author(s):

Morrision, Marvin L.

Publisher:

Stone Mountain, Georgia: Pilot Light

Published: 

May, 1987

"Word Power Made Easy: The Complete Three-Week Vocabulary Builder"

Author(s):

Lewis, Norman

Publisher:

Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Co.

Published: 

1949

"Words: The New Dictionary"

Author(s):

Chadsey, Charles P. (ed.)

Publisher:

New York: Grosset and Dunlap

Published: 

1947

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