Iv effects of peer tutoring on the reading fluency and comprehension of seventh grade students meaghan opuda swan, ms dissertation advisor: rachel brown, phd. The close reading process helps students learn how to analyze complex text a mixed method study examined the effect of ten weeks of instruction in close reading on the reading comprehension skills of fifth grade students. Personality as a predictor of reading comprehension skills of reading comprehension skills a dissertation lends themselves to quantitative analysis the.
Schorzman, emma mccall, evaluating alternative instructional strategies to improve sixth graders' reading comprehension (2000) lsu historical dissertations and theses 7387. The internet and adolescent readers: exploring relationships between online reading comprehension, prior knowledge, critical evaluation, and dispositions. Dr davison (quantitative methods in education) works on the development of an innovative, theory-based reading assessment designed to diagnose specific types of poor comprehension in elementary school students. The effects of reciprocal teaching comprehension-monitoring strategy on 3rd grade students' reading comprehension israel a sarasti, ba, ms, psys dissertation prepared for the degree of.
The effects of explicit reading strategy instruction and cooperative learning on reading comprehension in fourth grade students (2013) doctoral dissertations. Running head: interactive ebooks and comprehension the implications of interactive ebooks on comprehension by sheila k frye a dissertation submitted to. The doctoral dissertation reading committee consists of the principal dissertation advisor and, typically, two other readers the doctoral dissertation reading committee must have three members and may not have more than five members. The organizational leadership assessment (ola) was developed through dr laub's dissertation in 1999 since that time over 30 doctoral dissertations have utilized the ola for studying servant leadership in organizations.
Theses and dissertations august 2013 the effects of parental literacy involvement and they measured reading comprehension, oral language such as expressive and. This study aims at investigating teacher's storytelling aloud on the reading comprehension of saudi elementary stage students the sample of the study consisted of 40 students randomly chosen from al-riyadh educational district and assigned to experimental and control groups. Reciprocal teaching is an instructional procedure designed to teach students cognitive strategies that might lead to improved reading comprehension the learning of cognitive strategies such as summarization, question generation, clarification, and prediction is supported through dialogue between teacher and students as they attempt to gain meaning from text.
A qualitative study of reading comprehension: an insight from pakistani context bridging the needs of engineering students a qualitative study of reading comprehension: dissertations (umi. The literature review served the purpose to explore and deliver vital components in understanding the process of reading and how comprehension and fluency are achieved i used a quantitative approach and utilized assessments throughout the school year to observe fluency levels when implementing comprehension strategies and assessments. Gallets, matthew p, storytelling and story reading: a comparison of effects on children's memory and story comprehension (2005) electronic theses and dissertations.
Quantitative research plan the impact of ksct on the seventh grade students' reading comprehension the impact of a ksct on the seventh grade students' reading comprehension. The present quantitative action research study examined two classes of southern kindergarten students in a title i school and their oral language and comprehension abilities as measured by standardized tests. This qualitative study identified the common reading problems that negatively impact reading comprehension of third graders with learning disabilities it also investigated the effective reading strategies that special education teachers have utilized to improve reading comprehension levels of the students in resource room settings. A dissertation entitled examining the lived experience of students with reading comprehension learning disabilities and the perceived value of the accommodations received.
Neebe, diana combs, differentiating literacy instruction for digital learners: the effect of multimedia think-aloud worked examples on adolescent analytical reading comprehension (2017) doctoral dissertations. The purpose of this quantitative within-group study was reading comprehension levels as indicated by the archived pssa scores taken prior to implementation. Improving reading comprehension skills for 4th grade students a 15 page research study paper that provides an overview of the current literature regarding reading comprehension, teaching techniques and outcomes, and proposes a study of 4th grade students to support the findings.
A dissertation presented in partial fulfillment the research and writing aspects of this dissertation were also influenced by comprehension reading test that. The central purpose of this quantitative, correlation study was to determine the relationship between gains in orf and gains in reading comprehension of both informational and literary texts among 46 students in grades 3 through 6 with reading difficulties and specific learning disabilities in a rural southern us school district. Recommended citation stallings, phyllis marie, a qualitative study on african american males' perceptions of reading (2011) wayne state university dissertations.