2 edition of Promoting continuous growth in reading achievement in upper elementary school students found in the catalog.
Promoting continuous growth in reading achievement in upper elementary school students
by P.K. Yonge Laboratory School, University of Florida in Gainesville
Written in English
|Statement||by Mary Ganikos with Ruth Duncan and Stephen Sledjeski.|
|Series||Research monograph / P.K. Yonge Laboratory School -- 26|
|Contributions||Duncan, Ruth., Sledjeski, Stephen.|
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Vocabulary knowledge measured at the beginning of reading development is a strong predictor of vocabulary growth, ongoing reading development, and overall academic achievement in secondary grades.
For these reasons, instruction focused on promoting vocabulary development is considered an essential component of elementary-level reading instruction. Jan 01, · Free Online Library: Balanced, strategic reading instruction for upper-elementary and middle school students with reading disabilities: a comparative study of two approaches.
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As early asresearchers noted that growth in reading power relies on continuous growth in word knowledge” (pp. 4–15). Vocabulary or. Jan 25, · The authors discuss the complexity of factors that contribute to the gains of students on various achievement tests.
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Students need a strong foundation in age-appropriate language to aid their comprehension and expression in the classroom and support them towards engaging with more complex language as they progress through school.
For early elementary students who are learning to read, academic language can be taught via oral language instruction. student success is reduced when students feel hopeless or helpless.
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Students were exposed to a set of reading passages that were read each week, and data was collected. At the end of the school year, students were given a reading comprehension post assessment to compare the results from September.
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Regardless of their specific mathematics programs, No Child Left Behind - Blue Ribbon Schools use many similar instructional techniques. All emphasize alignment of the school’s mathematics. backgrounds of the students and their families.
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