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The effects of daily book talks and independent choice-reading time on below grade level readers in a 9th grade literacy class
A six-week quasi-experimental study was conducted in a ninth-grade literacy class with below grade level readers. The purpose of the study was to determine the effects of daily book talks and independent-choice reading ...
The mindful approach to reading engagement and achievement
A quasi-experimental comparison study took place over the course of six weeks in a special education resource room in a rural Wisconsin school district. The purpose of the study was to determine the potential benefits ...
The effects of homogeneous ability grouping on low-level students’ self-esteem, confidence, and motivation in reading
Over the course of a five-week period, a quasi-experimental study was conducted in a fourth-grade classroom at Mount Horeb Intermediate Center, a public elementary school in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. The purpose of the study ...
The effects of retrospective miscue analysis on overall reading growth and motivation of third grade students
Students in third grade are generally in the transitional stage as a reader. This is a crucial time for the teacher to facilitate the development of independent reading habits. Some students have difficulty sustaining ...
The impact of having second grade students record a text read out loud in relation to their fluency skills
A quasi-experimental comparison study took place over the course of six weeks in a general education second grade classroom in an urban Wisconsin school district. The purpose of the study was to determine the impact and ...
A comparison of vocabulary strategies during an interactive read aloud
Over the course of a 6-week period, an action research study was conducted in a fourth-grade classroom at a public school in Wisconsin. The purpose of this study was to compare two vocabulary instructional strategies, ...