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MS in Literacy Education
This research study aimed to determine if interactive read-alouds have a greater impact on student comprehension than non-interactive read-alouds when numerous factors are taken into consideration. It will be determined why interactive read-alouds have a greater impact on student comprehension. Data was collected through numerous observations, interviews, assessments, and two read-aloud sessions with four second grade males. Based on the results from this study, it is proclaimed that interactive read-alouds have a greater impact on student comprehension than non-interactive read-alouds. The use of interactive read-alouds in a classroom setting will lead to higher levels of participation and engagement among students and eventually lead to student independence.
Alessandra, Melissa, "Using Read-Alouds to Reinforce Comprehension in Second Grade Students" (2012). Education Masters. Paper 201.
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