Reading Motivation in Upper Elementary Grades: What Fifth and Sixth Graders Say about Narrative and Informational Text

Reading Motivation in Upper Elementary Grades: What Fifth and Sixth Graders Say about Narrative and Informational Text

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The significance of the problem of reading motivation can be found in the works of Hodges (2004), Edwards (2002), and Codling, et al. (1996). Additionally, Bickel and Howley (2000), Cunningham and Stanovich (Matthew effects in reading, 2001), and Howley, Howley, and Johnson (2002) discuss the relationship between motivation and achievement.CHAPTER IV RESULTS Introduction The participants in this study were fifth and sixth grade reading students at a northeast Texas junior high school. Both qualitative and quantitative results are discussed in this chapter guided by the following hypotheses and research questions. ... interviews, what can educators learn from fifth and sixth grade students about their motivation to read narrative text? 3.


Title:Reading Motivation in Upper Elementary Grades: What Fifth and Sixth Graders Say about Narrative and Informational Text
Author: Cahndice Anita Smith Matthews
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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