Implications from the study include the need to encourage educators to read aloud to students regularly, to use authentic texts as read-alouds on a regular, daily basis in order to promote reading comprehension and development of literacy skills, and to engage learners in oral retellings and additional follow-up activities in response to read-aloud texts in order to further enhance literacy development.Further, this study sought to determine the extent of teachersa#39; use of decodable texts as read-alouds and the extent of studentsa#39; preferences for ... Beyond initial levels, successful reading is measured in terms of silent reading comprehension.
|Title||:||Authentic Language Vs. Decodable Texts for Reading Aloud with Kindergarten Children: A Study of Understanding and Recall|
|Author||:||Susan K. Poe|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|