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Reading, self-directive dramatization and self-concept
Bibliography: p. 132-133.
|Statement||[by] Lessie Carlton [and] Robert H. Moore.|
|Series||Merrill"s international series in education|
|Contributions||Moore, Robert Herman, 1914- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||LB1573 .C28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 136 p.|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||68021890|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carlton, Lessie. Reading, self-directive dramatization and self-concept. Columbus, Ohio, C.E. Merrill . The Effects of Self-Directive Dramatization on Reading Achievement and Self-Concept of Culturally Disadvantaged Children by Lessie Carlton and Robert H.
Moore Tn regent times the failure of culturally disadvantaged children to make satisfactory progress in reading has come to be associated with the concept they have of them selves.
Read ing, Self-Directive Dramatization and Self-Concept. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Co., A program of self-directive drama tization; an opportunity for children of diff?rent levels of ability to self-select ma terials and interact with each other, caus ing mutual respect and development of self-concept.
Reports a. Two studies of the Self-Directive Dramatization Project are reported. In the first the relationship of dramatization, self-concept, and reading achievement in middle class children in grades 2 through 7 was examined, and in the second mostly black disadvantaged children in grades 1 through 4 were studies.
Both groups of children dramatized stories from three to five times a week over periods. Specifically, this book is concerned with developing a model of self-concept -- and corollaries to this model -- that assesses the dimensionality of self-concept, reviews tests of self-concept, discusses the relationship between self- concept and other variables (particularly achievement), describes the development of self-concept, and Price: $ subjects as important and also less inclined to use their reading ability to read books.
Thus, self-concept, reading acquisition, aspiration and strategic behavior are connected, and this dissertation is an attempt to reveal the pattern of these relations. Key words: Reading acquisition, Self-concept. Title: Reading Self-Concept and Academic Reading Ability in Beginning Readers: Do They Match.
Graduate Degree: MS Education Research Advisor: Cindy Whaley, Ph. Month/Year: May Number of Pages: 89 ABSTRACT A mixed-method study was conducted over the course of one school year to determine if the reading self-perception of beginning.
self-concept about reading). Children work through a series of engaging activities to improve reading skills of sight word identification, phonological awareness, reading accuracy, and reading comprehension.
R4L was designed to capitalize on theories from reading and self-concept research to File Size: KB. chapter 4: students’ reading attitudes, self-concept, and out-of-school activities Students were asked to indicate their degree of agreement with each statement on a 4-point scale, as follows: agree a lot, agree a little, disagree a little, and disagree a ses to each statement were averaged for File Size: 2MB.
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Carlton and R.H. Moore, “The Effects of Self-Directive Dramatization on Reading Achievement and Self-Concept of Culturally Disadvantaged Children,” The Reading Teacher 6 (): A.D. Pellegrini and L. Galda, “ The Effects of Thematic-Fantasy Play Training on the Development of Children’s Story Comprehension,” American.
the effects of a technique on the reading achievement and self-concept of disadvantaged children were studied. the population sampled was drawn from two schools in a low socioeconomic area. the pupils selected from grades 1 through 4 were equally assigned to an experimental or control group.
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