Graduate Research Papers
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Children with social disabilities--Books and reading; Reading (Primary);
Readers create meaning in print through the process of prediction. Prediction and comprehension are intricately tied together. Reading predictable books helps young readers comprehend text because their expectations are repeatedly confirmed. Predictable text brings children naturally into the reading process and allows them to process print much as mature readers.
When predictable text is implemented into a Title One reading program, students can more successfully interact with text. This sense of achievement motivates them to become actively engaged in reading experiences. As a result, students became better readers because they are reading more. Also, they became improved writers because the writing and reading processes have many common tasks.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Jeanne McLain Harms
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©1999 Joanne H. DeArment
DeArment, Joanne H., "Predictable text with primary age children in a Title One reading program" (1999). Graduate Research Papers. 398.
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