Graduate Project Title
A Case Study: Effects of Tutoring on the Sight Word Vocabulary of a Nonreader
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
Jack L. McPherson
Third Committee Member
Carol L. Butterfield
The purpose of this study was to provide remedial instruction in reading to a ten year old nonreading student enrolled in the Ellensburg School District and to develop a case study that outlined the diagnostic and remedial procedures used with the subject. The case study approach was chosen as a way to document the progress of a single student whose initial diagnosis was as a nonreader. Because the initial diagnosis indicated a need to establish a sight word vocabulary, early instructional methods focused on this area.
Coppin, Paul L., "A Case Study: Effects of Tutoring on the Sight Word Vocabulary of a Nonreader" (1995). All Graduate Projects. 450.
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