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Education and Human Development Master's Theses

1992

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The Relationship Between Comprehension And Literature Based Reading Program, Karen Quaranto Aug 1992

The Relationship Between Comprehension And Literature Based Reading Program, Karen Quaranto

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

Previous research indicates that children involved in a literature based reading program are actively involved in the task of reading. Research also indicates that children in literature based programs made significantly higher gains in reading versus their peers in a basal reading program. In the present study three classrooms of third graders, all of which were using a form of literature based reading instruction, were compared to determine the effect of the respective reading program on comprehension. Literature based reading programs used were student selected literature based reading, whole class literature based reading, and teacher pre-grouped literature based reading. The ...


An Evaluation Of Instructional Grouping And Achievement Within An Accelerated Science Program, John Mark Prouty Jul 1992

An Evaluation Of Instructional Grouping And Achievement Within An Accelerated Science Program, John Mark Prouty

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This thesis was designed to determine if an accelerated science program had an effect on the performance of accelerates and nonaccelerates on New York State Regents Exams.

Four groups of students representing 54 students were used in the study. Two groups were heterogeneous and two were homogeneous. A t - test analysis was performed to determine if a significant difference in Regents exams existed due to instructional grouping.

Results indicated that this study has shown that no statistically significant difference in scores occurred due to instructional grouping.