Graduate Project Title
Repeated Reading: Using Audiotaped Books and Activities to Help At-Risk Readers
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
Andrea C. Sledge
Third Committee Member
Nancy E. Jurenka
The purpose of this project was to determine whether repeated reading with an audio model would significantly supplement the literacy instruction of atrisk readers. Research related to reading practice, the relationship between fluency and reading development, and repeated reading was read, evaluated, and summarized. A positive relationship between repeated reading and reading growth (i.e., fluency and comprehension) was indicated from this review. The literature review provided a rational and guidelines for using repeated reading with at-risk readers. A manual containing a teacher's guide on repeated reading with an audio model and related literacy activities was created.
Stover, Wendy S., "Repeated Reading: Using Audiotaped Books and Activities to Help At-Risk Readers" (2001). All Graduate Projects. 735.
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