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- 2Cheng, Pui-wan
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The Comparative Effects of Traditional, Vocabulary, and Grammar Instruction on the Reading Comprehension and Fluency of High School English Language LearnersDownload
To meet the academic demands of high school content courses such as science, English language learners (ELL) require more exposure to academic language than they currently receive (Wong Fillmore, 2014). Although vocabulary is a key source of difficulty for students’ comprehension of science texts...
The following dissertation includes three studies investigating reading comprehension and reading rate in university students. The first study focused on measuring adult reading comprehension more effectively and efficiently by testing whether brief versions of standardized reading comprehension...
Oral Language Predictors of Reading Comprehension among Elementary School Children: Does Developmental Language Impairment Make a Difference?Download
Research comparing reading comprehension tests has consistently found that these tests, all designed to measure the construct of reading comprehension, tap various and frequently different component skills. A number of studies have examined the relationship of oral language skills to reading...
Validity of Simple View of Reading for Predicting Reading Comprehension in Children with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (PAE) and those with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)Download
This study examined the validity of Gough and Tunmer’s (1986) Simple View of Reading (SVR) model for predicting reading comprehension in children identified as having prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE; n = 36) and those having Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD; n = 45). In addition to decoding...