This experimental study was designed to examine the value and ease of use of retelling in a contemporary classroom setting. Students in two intact sixth grade reading groups, one made up of proficient readers and the other of less-proficient readers, participated in the study.In a few short, busy weeks during a spring semester in a sixth grade classroom, students who learned about and practiced oral and written ... After reading and retelling the first two chapters in class, he wanted to read the rest of the story.
|Title||:||The Effects of Substituting Retelling for Basal Reader Comprehension Instruction on Students in a Sixth Grade Reading Program|
|Author||:||Donna M. Johnson|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|