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The Effect of Parental Involvement on Reading Comprehension
The purpose of this study was to determine whether parent involvement would improve reading comprehension of prekindergarten students over a four week period. The measurement tool was an informal reading inventory assessment. ...
The Effects of Preschool Attendance on First Grade Reading Achievement
The purpose of this causal-comparative study was to determine if different types of preschool experiences had a differential effect upon students‟ reading achievement when compared with the reading achievement of students ...
Differentiated Instructional Techniques and their Effect on Student Reading Comprehension Achievement
The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of using a variety of differentiated instructional (DI) techniques to improve the reading comprehension scores of third grade students on the Anne Arundel County ...
The Effectiveness of Literature-Based Instruction as an Instructional Tool in Teaching Reading Comprehension to First Graders
The purpose of this study was to examine the difference between literature-based instruction and traditional reading instruction in promoting reading comprehension among first graders. The measurement tool was DIBELS, ...
The Impact of Repeated Reading on Fluency and Comprehension
The purpose of this study was to examine whether repeated reading interventions improve third grade students’ fluency and reading comprehension. Third grade students with a rating of basic in comprehension as assessed with ...
The Effectiveness of Explicit Instruction of Expository Text Reading Strategies on the Student Comprehension of 6th Grade Social Studies Content
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of explicit instruction of expository text reading strategies on the comprehension of sixth grade social studies content. This study was a quasi-experimental study ...