Presentation Title

Oral Reading

University

Shawnee State University

Major

Early Childhood/Special Education

Student Type

Undergraduate Student

Presentation Types

Oral Presentation

Keywords:

Education, Reading, Elementary

Description

This presentation is about oral reading strategies and their affect on readers' development, reading fluency, and comprehension. It is based on capstone research that took place in a third grade classroom with students at varying levels of ability. Different reading strategies that will be discussed include reader's theater, partner reading, and simple readings. Reading areas/skills that were measured or observed include comprehension, retelling, decoding, attitude, and the ability to answer story specific questions. The inspiration for this study stemmed from the third grade reading guarantee test--a timed test that occurs throughout the school year and determines whether students can move on to fourth grade.

Faculty Sponsor Name

Kejing Liu

Faculty Sponsor Title

Professor, School of Education

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

School of Education

Location

ATC 220

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Oral Reading

ATC 220

This presentation is about oral reading strategies and their affect on readers' development, reading fluency, and comprehension. It is based on capstone research that took place in a third grade classroom with students at varying levels of ability. Different reading strategies that will be discussed include reader's theater, partner reading, and simple readings. Reading areas/skills that were measured or observed include comprehension, retelling, decoding, attitude, and the ability to answer story specific questions. The inspiration for this study stemmed from the third grade reading guarantee test--a timed test that occurs throughout the school year and determines whether students can move on to fourth grade.