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A comparison of book selection preferences of inner-city and suburban fourth and sixth graders

Mary J. Lickteig

A comparison of book selection preferences of inner-city and suburban fourth and sixth graders

by Mary J. Lickteig

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Written in English

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  • Book selection.,
  • School libraries -- Nebraska -- Omaha.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 126 leaves
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17278945M


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A comparison of book selection preferences of inner-city and suburban fourth and sixth graders by Mary J. Lickteig Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this study was to: (1) compare the book selection preferences of inner-city and suburban fourth and sixth grade children, and (2) determine if children consistently chose books according to categories of literature.

Comparison of inner-city and suburban students of the same sex and reading level provided a control for sex and reading ability. Author of A comparison of book selection preferences of inner-city and suburban fourth and sixth graders, Photo-Illustrated Biographies, Amelia Bloomer, Introduction to children's literature.

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"A Comparison of Book Selection Preferences of Inner-City and Suburban Fourth and. A Book Selection Study, Book Selection Checklist, and How Educators Can Select Books That Engage Young Readers of Color and Possibly Improve Reading Achievement | This study examined book.

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The current study examined the career aspirations and perceptions of self-efficacy of fourth and fifth-grade students of economic disadvantage attending Newhope in the fall of The study participants included all fourth and fifth-grade students who qualified to receive freeCited by: 1.

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of the most widely used literacy instructional approaches on the reading comprehension of Grade 2–6 students. Participants (N = ) were enrolled in 4 districts in the United States; 53% were male (n = ) and 47% were female (n = ); 51% were Caucasian (n = ), 23% were African American (n = ), 21% were Cited by: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE BOOKS READ ALOUD BY KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS AND THEIR REASONS FOR BOOK SELECTION By Katrina Willard Hall August Chair: Linda Leonard Lamme Major Department: Teaching and Learning Since most kindergartners cannot yet read, the books that teachers choose to read aloud have an impact far beyond their.

Based on individual interviews, Stanchfield 13 found that her sample of boys at fourth, sixth, and eighth grades expressed similar reading preferences regardless of age or reading achievement.

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Hagerott, Steven G. A Lockheed flight controls engineer describes how, as an undergraduate, he taught first graders basic lessons in physics and engineering by using slides, monkey bars, and other playground equipment to demonstrate principles like gravity, friction.

Skill Schemes: Sixth Grade. ERIC Educational Resources Information Center. Kempf, Jerry. The sixth grade instructional unit, part of. The subjects were sixth graders whose scores on the Minnesota Tests of Creative Thinking were available for comparison.

The major conclusions indi- cated that the high and middle creative children liked and read more books than the less creative. Differences in preferences for types of literature appear to be related to sex but not to.

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