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A Comparative Study Of The Effects Of Affective Response Techniques On Seventh Grade Students Of Low And High Abilities When Applied To Reading In The Content Areas, James G. Bennett
Education and Human Development Master's Theses
The purpose of the study was to introduce concepts of the Affective Response Approach to Literature to students in two seventh grade classrooms in order to determine whether the use of affective responses changes students' attitudes about reading and about social studies. Also measured was student achievement in both areas.
The subjects for the study were the 88 seventh graders enrolled in the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Junior High School in the 1989-1990 school year. Prior to the study all students were evaluated using a modified Rhody attitude assessment tool in order to measure their attitude toward reading and social studies ...