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Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction ...

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The author reported results of 2 sequential and interrelated studies that examined the efficacy of combining 2 models of reading strategy instruction -- reciprocal teaching and direct explanation. The studies were implemented in a high school in the Midwest. The literature documents that even mainstream high school students have serious deficits in higher order cognitive skills necessary for ...

Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction ...

Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction ...

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The author reported results of 2 sequential and interrelated studies that examined the efficacy of combining 2 models of reading strategy instruction—reciprocal teaching and direct explanation. The studies were implemented in a high school in the Midwest. The literature documents that even mainstream high school students have serious deficits in higher order cognitive skills necessary for ...

Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction ...

Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction ...

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Download Citation on ResearchGate | Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction on High School Students | The author reported results of 2 sequential and interrelated studies that ...

Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction ...

Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction ...

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Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction on High School Students MIRIAM ALFASSI Bar-Ilan University, Israel ABSTRACT The author reported results of 2 sequential and interrelated studies that examined the efficacy of combin-

Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction ...

Reading to learn: Studies in Higher Education: Vol 22, No 3

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ABSTRACT Learning from text has long been a central activity in higher education. While it is doubtless important, there is evidence that the task of ‘reading to learn˚s is problematic for students in higher education. The article pursues a conceptual analysis of what ‘reading to learn˚s means in terms of conceptual and strategic knowledge and then explores what intervention could ...

Reading to learn: Studies in Higher Education: Vol 22, No 3

The Effects of the Paraphrasing Strategy on the Reading ...

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Reading is an important component of academic success and a skill required for many adult responsibilities. Many strategies exist that claim to increase reading comprehension. However, in contrast to foundational reading skills (e.g., vocabulary, fluency, decoding), there is relatively little research that has been done on reading comprehension strategies.

The Effects of the Paraphrasing Strategy on the Reading ...

Reading comprehension of informative texts in secondary ...

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In Table 2 inter-correlations between all the variables are reported: the components of reading comprehension are interdependent and associated one to each other. The measures of reading comprehension shared from 14% to 41% of variance. Comprehension of an informative text was more correlated with the comprehension of a science text than it was with the history text, probably because …

Reading comprehension of informative texts in secondary ...

The Effects of the Paraphrasing Strategy on the Reading ...

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Reading comprehension is an important component of academic success and a skill required for many activities in school. However, little is known about effective reading comprehension interventions for younger students. This study investigated the effects of the paraphrasing strategy taught using the self-regulated strategy development model.

The Effects of the Paraphrasing Strategy on the Reading ...

LIST OF REFERENCES - UPSpace

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Alfassi, M.2004. Reading to Learn: Effects of Combined Strategy Instruction on High School Students, The Journal of Educational Research , 97(4):171-184.

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Reading for Meaning: The Efficacy of Reciprocal Teaching ...

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Reading for Meaning: The Efficacy of Reciprocal Teaching in Fostering Reading Comprehension in High School Students in Remedial Reading Classes

Reading for Meaning: The Efficacy of Reciprocal Teaching ...

By Douglas Fisher - flexliteracy.com

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Alfassi, M. (2004). Reading to learn: Effects of combined strategy instruction on high school students. The Journal of Educational Research 97(4), 171–184. Cromley, J. G., & Azevedo, R. (2007). Testing and refining the direct and inferential media - tion model of reading comprehension. Journal of Educational Psychology, 99(2), 311-325.

By Douglas Fisher - flexliteracy.com

TEACHING READING THROUGH KNOW-WANT-LEARNED (KWL) …

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This study aimed to chart out the effects of teaching reading using Know-Want-Learned (KWL) strategy of Blachowicz and Ogle. This study employed quantitative method by having one pre-test and posttest research design, conducted at SMPN 2 Kejuruan Muda, Aceh Tamiang District, with a …

TEACHING READING THROUGH KNOW-WANT-LEARNED (KWL) …

The Relationship between Reading Comprehension and Reading ...

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Research studies on reading comprehension have revealed that reading is a complex cognitive activity that is crucial for adequate functioning and for obtaining information in current society and requires an integration of memory and meaning construction (Alfassi, 2004). Students need to know how to learn from reading in order to

The Relationship between Reading Comprehension and Reading ...

Reading comprehension and strategy awareness of Grade 11 ...

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The aim of this study was to examine the reading strategies used by Grade 11 English Second Language (ESL) learners and the possible effects of reading instruction on their reading comprehension and strategy awareness. A quasi-experimental pre-test and post-test control group design was used. The participants included a total of 60 Grade 11 learners from a high school.

Reading comprehension and strategy awareness of Grade 11 ...

References - ASCD

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References. Alfassi, M. (2004). Reading to learn: The effects of combined strategies instruction on high school students. Journal of Educational Research, 97(4), 171–184. Alvermann, D. E., & Boothby, P. R. (1982, September). A strategy for making content reading successful: Grades 4–6. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Plains ...

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INVESTIGATING THE LEVELS OF READING SKILLS AMONG GRADE ...

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Reading skills are vital to lower primary school pupils because it is the foundation for learning. However, studies worldwide indicate low levels of reading skills in schools and little has been done to find out how different instructional strategies used in lower grade schools influence learners’ acquisition of …

INVESTIGATING THE LEVELS OF READING SKILLS AMONG GRADE ...

reading comprehension InfoSheet - CLD

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reading comprehension InfoSheet - CLD

Re-engaging Adolescent Readers and Writers with Meaningful ...

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Douglas Fisher, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at San Diego State University and is the Co-Director of the Center for the Advancement of Reading. References. Alfassi, M. (2004). Reading to learn: Effects of combined strategy instruction on high school students.

Re-engaging Adolescent Readers and Writers with Meaningful ...

Investigating the Metacognitive Online Reading Strategies ...

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Her research interests include Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), computer-enhanced teaching and learning and online reading strategies. References Alfassi, M. (2004). Reading to learn: Effects of combined strategy instruction on high school students. The …

Investigating the Metacognitive Online Reading Strategies ...

Reading Failure among Iranian EFL Learners: Study of ...

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Reading Failure among Iranian EFL Learners: Study of Underlying Problems [PP: 164-176] Elnaz Khataee Hakim Sabzevari University Sabzevar, Iran ABSTRACT Reading comprehension is the most important in the four skills particularly when English is taught as a foreign language or as a second language (Carrell, Devine, & Eskey, 1988).

Reading Failure among Iranian EFL Learners: Study of ...

THE READING COMPREHENSION STRATEGIES FOR NINTH GRADE …

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Reading is one of important thing in learning English as a foreign language, it means that to learn English ability (listening,speaking, writing, and reading) students must mastery in their reading comprehension. But it can be denied that the students’ problem in reading comprehension is very serious.

THE READING COMPREHENSION STRATEGIES FOR NINTH GRADE …

integrate the teaching of reading in business courses they ...

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integrate the teaching of reading in business courses, they do not necessarily see it as their responsibility. While it is, in fact, their responsibility to teach reading skills to their students, no teacher can do it alone. Teachers of all subjects at all levels of education must work together to improve student reading skills. Conclusion Reading is a central skill in all academic subjects ...

integrate the teaching of reading in business courses they ...
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