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The College at Brockport: State University of New York

1981

Reading comprehension

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The Use Of Simultaneously Guided Television Viewing And Script Reading As A Means Of Improving Comprehension And Vocabulary, Connie J. Bropst Aug 1981

The Use Of Simultaneously Guided Television Viewing And Script Reading As A Means Of Improving Comprehension And Vocabulary, Connie J. Bropst

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of simultaneously guided television viewing and script reading on the comprehension and vocabulary scores of twenty academically weak seventh grade students. A secondary purpose was to determine what change, if any, materialized in the student's attitude toward reading and leisure activities as a result of participation in the program.

Twenty students who had obtained a comprehension score at or below the 7.0 reading level on the Gates-MacGinitie Reading Test, and who did not have an apparent physical or mental handicap as indicated by school records, were selected to ...


An Investigation Of The Relationship Between Word Recognition Skills And Children With Visual Perception Limitations, Christine Mccaffery May 1981

An Investigation Of The Relationship Between Word Recognition Skills And Children With Visual Perception Limitations, Christine Mccaffery

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to determine if the visual perception limitations of identified children affected their word recognition skills. Variables included a comparison of children with and without visual perception limitations and response to both abstract and concrete words. The questions explored in this investigation were:

1. Do children with visual perception limitations have more difficulty recognizing abstract words than concrete words?

2. Do children identified as having visual perception limitations have more difficulty recognizing abstract words than children without visual perception limitations?

3. Do children identified as having visual perception limitations have more difficulty recognizing concrete words ...