The Effects of Two Repeated Reading Treatments on Fluency and Comprehension of Second Grade Students

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ProQuest, 2008 - Oral reading - 216 pages
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The researcher compared two methods to improve the oral reading fluency of developing readers. Students in second grade (n = 66) were randomly assigned to one of two fluency treatment conditions or to a control group. Students in the treatments repeatedly read aloud either an unmarked or prosodically-marked text with an adult listener in 20-minute sessions, five days per week for six weeks. For students in the prosodically-marked treatment condition, analysis of covariance revealed significant ( p
 

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Contents

1 Repeated Reading Studies
44
METHOD 47
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APPENDIX H 197
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1 Treatment Group Configuration
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RESULTS
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1 Comparison of PreTest and PostTest Scores 81
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7 Growth on ProgressMonitoring Measures87
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DISCUSSION
92
REFERENCES
120
APPENDIX A
135
APPENDIX B
145
APPENDIX D
165
APPENDIX E
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