Reading Comprehension Analysis

820 Words4 Pages
The study " An evaluation of two approaches for teaching reading comprehension strategies in the primary rears using science information texts" was written by D. Ray Reutzel et al. They evaluated two approaches for teaching comprehension strategies to 7- and 8- children in four second grade classrooms using science information texts. The first approach is SSI and the second one is TTI. I noticed that the research is rich in approaches and techniques, which can be a guide to me and a good work to be studied. Clearly, I am going to explain why the research survey is used here. Then, I will discuss some of the key strengths and weaknesses of the survey utilized, and the resulting possible strength/weaknesses. Generally, the study is employing…show more content…
The main point is to get consistent answers to consistent questions so as to make the questionnaire standardized. They are joined with asking groups questions. A survey can give an exact meaning to what is close to social world. Moreover, the authors used them gathering data from young children as they included in the scale, always, sometimes, and never. However, they observed the characteristics of individuals and deeply analyzed two approaches for teaching comprehension strategies, the TSI and the…show more content…
Furthermore, the modes of teaching comprehension strategies either as a "set" of transacted strategies or as a series of strategies taught one-at-a- time didn't make children differently about the use of comprehension strategies during reading. The mean scores across groups was 2. 3 out of 3 and demonstrated that the second-grade children had a fairly sense using comprehension strategies. The fourth question in the research that dealt with surveys talked about student reading motivation. It searched whether teaching comprehension strategies using two different approaches that were mentioned above, was more motivating for young learners. The survey indicated from the findings that the students in all four classrooms were motivated by

More about Reading Comprehension Analysis

Open Document