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MS in Literacy Education
This study was conducted to determine the impact that series books have on developing reading skills and motivation. Data was collected through interviews with three teachers, observations of three secondgraders‟ book choices, and analysis of three different book series. The data showed that book series are widely read across grade levels and are useful in developing comprehension and fluency skills. The study implies that book series can provide many benefits to developing readers, but that it is important to use the appropriate level of book with each reader to prevent higher-level readers from holding themselves back. The research also shows that book series that expand beyond printed text into popular culture can provide further motivation for students to read.
Randisi, Dana, "Series Books and Their Effect on Reader Development" (2010). Education Masters. Paper 20.
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