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MS in Literacy Education
So many students today in the American School Systems struggle to read. Therefore, the questions arise what are students’ perceptions of their own reading achievement, and what are the motivational factors that affect this achievement. This study took place in a medium sized suburb and in three different classrooms throughout the district. The findings of this study show a student’s beliefs are not connected to his/her reading achievement or DRA levels. However, a student’s attitude and motivational levels are weakly related to their DRA levels.
Pierleoni, Chelsea, "Student Perceptions of Their Own Reading Achievement and the Motivational Factors Which Affect this Achievement" (2012). Education Masters. Paper 216.
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