The Effectiveness of Guided Reading Instruction and Students Reading Comprehension
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Action Research Papers
ProgramMasters of Education
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SubjectsFountas and Pinnell
Education -- Research papers (Graduate).
The descriptive study tracked student performance after interacting with small-guided reading. The participants included four third grade students receiving guided reading instruction in a general education setting. The instrument used was Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment (F & P). Findings show trends of small grouping instruction affecting students read comprehension. In fall 2018, two students read a level I (end of 1st grade) and the other two students reading level J (end of 2nd grade). In winter 2019, two of the students had improved to the 2nd grade level and the other two students to the 3rd grade.