The Effects of a Modified Duet Reading Strategy on Oral Reading Fluency

The Effects of a Modified Duet Reading Strategy on Oral Reading Fluency

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This study investigated the effects of a Duet Reading strategy on the reading fluency and reading comprehension of fourth-grade students from two classrooms. A Duet Reading intervention group (N = 10) was compared to a Silent Reading control group (N = 10). For the intervention group, a Duet Reading strategy was implemented by a same-aged peer. Students in the Silent Reading control group continued to participate in the regularly scheduled activities in the classroom. The Gray Oral Reading Test-Fourth Edition, a Curriculum-Based Oral Reading Test and the National Assessment of Educational Progress oral reading fluency scale were used to collect eight measures of reading fluency and one measure of reading comprehension. Results indicated no statistically significant differences between the intervention and control groups on any of the nine measures.If a student exceeded the 4.7 passage and read at or above the desired rate of 143 with no more than three errors, ... For example, if a student read passages from levels 5.0-5.3, the fluency norm for fall of 5th grade (139 words correct peranbsp;...


Title:The Effects of a Modified Duet Reading Strategy on Oral Reading Fluency
Author: Tonja M. Gallagher
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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