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Elementary Education

The College at Brockport: State University of New York

Reading strategy

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How Students Explain Their Word-Solving Strategies When They Come To A Word They Don’T Know While Reading And How Does That Explanation Change When Students Are Explicitly Taught A Variety Of Reading Strategies, Mary J. Pyszczek Aug 2007

How Students Explain Their Word-Solving Strategies When They Come To A Word They Don’T Know While Reading And How Does That Explanation Change When Students Are Explicitly Taught A Variety Of Reading Strategies, Mary J. Pyszczek

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The researcher wanted to see what strategies fourth grade students say they use when they come to a word they don't know while they are reading. The researcher asked them what they do and then had them read out loud from a text. Notes were taken on the strategies they used to see if what they said matched what they actually did. Three mini-lessons were then given on word-solving strategies that they could use to figure out unknown words. Last, the students read out loud again and were asked what they do to problem-solve a word. The results were ...


Effectiveness Of Repeated Reading Along With Self-Evaluation On Reading Fluency, Lindsay Rae Strassner Jul 2007

Effectiveness Of Repeated Reading Along With Self-Evaluation On Reading Fluency, Lindsay Rae Strassner

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of immediate repeated reading and self-assessment of short passages, poems, arid phrases on all aspects of oral reading fluency and reading accuracy reading rate. Two male and one female third grade students were selected based on classroom teacher recommendation. The children who were chosen were not considered "at risk" students, they just needed a little extra push to reach and stay at grade level. Repeated read aloud opportunities were created for the children, by the researcher, in regular one-on-one sessions for the duration of two week periods. The children were ...


A Comparison Of How Schools Diagnose And Support Growth In Reading For Third Grade Students, Rachel B. Gnage Jul 1998

A Comparison Of How Schools Diagnose And Support Growth In Reading For Third Grade Students, Rachel B. Gnage

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was three fold. First examined was how reading abilities are identified in typical third grade classrooms. Secondly, approaches, strategies, and instruments classroom teachers, remedial reading specialist, and special education teachers (reading facilitators) use to support growth were investigated. Finally, school districts were compared with each other. Forty-six third grade reading facilitators were surveyed with a researcher-made instrument that included eighty-five items and four open-ended questions. Data was gathered in frequency tables from the twenty-six surveys that were returned. The survey data displayed that reading facilitators use a wide variety of elements to diagnose reading abilities ...


Deep Muscle Relaxation And Guided Fantasy As Techniques In The Reduction Of Anxiety And Increase Of Reading Performance Of Third Grade Students, Laurel Didget Dec 1983

Deep Muscle Relaxation And Guided Fantasy As Techniques In The Reduction Of Anxiety And Increase Of Reading Performance Of Third Grade Students, Laurel Didget

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to determine whether the techniques of Deep Muscle Relaxation (DMR) and Guided Fantasy (GF) could reduce the level of anxiety in highly anxious children. It was also the intent of this investigation to observe whether reduction of anxiety would result in improved reading achievement and elimination of various problematic reading behaviors. Finally, the study was to indicate whether a significant relationship exists between anxiety level and reading achievement. Statistical analysis of pre and post anxiety reading scores of the control and treatment groups consisting of highly anxious third graders revealed the following results. The ...