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MS in Literacy Education
Since dyslexic students often struggle with reading comprehension, this research study asks “Given that early identification and intervention help students with dyslexia understand reading, how can teachers guide students who have been diagnosed with dyslexia move toward proficiency in reading comprehension?” Using data collected from interviews, field notes, and student scores before and after intervention, the conclusion that there are four strategies that have been found to be effective in supporting reading comprehension for dyslexic students. The implications of this study can be used to educate teachers of dyslexic students about which strategies support reading comprehension and how to recognize the value of one strategy over another for dyslexic students.
Eckert, Jillian M., "Teachers’ Impact on Guiding Students with Dyslexia toward Proficiency in Reading Comprehension" (2016). Education Masters. Paper 324.
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