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The Effects of Different Kinds of Reading in the Morning on Reading Ability of Second Grade Students
Reading in the Morning;Reading Ability;Reading Assist;Silence Reading
|Issue Date: ||2011-12-01 11:25:40 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this study was to understand the effects of different kinds of reading in the morning on reading ability of second grade students. The subjects were second-grade students of three classes composed of 62 pupils in one elementary school in Pingtung County, and divided them into Reading Assist, Silence Reading, and Traditional Instruction groups. The whole experimental instruction had lasted for 980 mins within 14 weeks. We will use “Reading Ability Test” to understand if the second grade students are different on reading comprehension or not through the diverse reading instructions
The results of the study were showed that, it can enhance the student’s reading ability no matter through Reading Assist, Silence Reading, and Traditional Instruction. For this experiment “Reading in The Morning”, Silence Reading is more effective than Traditional Instruction to enhance reading ability of the students. However Reading Assist is worthier than Silence Reading on vocabulary of the students. On enhancing the comprehension of the sentence of the students, Reading Assist is better than Traditional Instruction.
Lastly, based on the conclusions, this study proposed concrete suggestions to reading instruction, and future researches.
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