Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Reading -- Remedial teaching;
This descriptive study was conducted to document and describe two approaches to remedial reading instruction, in-class or pull-in and out of class or pull-out models. The success of each of these models of remedial reading instruction was determined through evaluation of growth in reading as well as assessment of changes in student attitudes toward reading when placed in either in-class or pull-out settings. Significant growth in the area of reading development was demonstrated by students participating in both the in-class and pull-out models of instruction. Students in both settings also maintained or developed a positive attitude toward reading, but they expressed a preference for the pull-out model of instruction.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Jeannie L. Steele
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©1994 Elaine Hoke-Hoffman
Hoke-Hoffman, Elaine, "In-class and pull-out models of remedial reading instruction for fourth-grade students: A descriptive study" (1994). Graduate Research Papers. 2556.