Graduate Research Papers
The What, the Why, and the How of using repeated readings of poetry to increase reading fluency
Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Reading (Elementary); Poetry and children;
This literature review concludes that repeated readings of poetry will increase student reading fluency. The use of repeated readings to increase fluency is a common classroom practice; its effectiveness has been firmly established. The daily use of poems for rereading purposes can enhance several literacy skills including fluent reading. Although there are limitations of the study, it can be concluded that when poems are read repeatedly in a variety of ways, students are able to read fluently while comprehending the text. The research that does exist clearly suggests that classroom teachers might use repeated readings of poetry to help students increase fluency.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Rick C. Traw
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©2007 Melissa Feldmann
Feldmann, Melissa, "The What, the Why, and the How of using repeated readings of poetry to increase reading fluency" (2007). Graduate Research Papers. 605.
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