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MS in Literacy Education
The purpose of this study is to discover how students attitudes toward their in school reading compare to their out of school reading. It is my claim that students will have a much more positive attitude toward the reading that they do outside of school than they do of in school reading. Data was collected using students from three different ELA classrooms grades 10-12, including questionnaire data as well as interviews. The study reveals that a variety of different factors contribute to the difference in reading outside of school compared to the reading that takes place in school. If teachers are able to draw more of a connection between the two, then students will view their in school reading more positively.
Early, Jeffrey, "Leisure Reading Habits: Students Attitudes Toward Their in School Reading Compared to Out of School Reading." (2011). Education Masters. Paper 195.
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