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In this paper, three studies are summarized and examined. All the studies proposed, and then attempted to prove, different ways to assist students with literacy difficulties, and all used the academic classroom as the center of education and tested different learning methods. The three study titles are ?Factors That Influence the Book Selection Process of Students with Special Needs? , ?Writing Instruction for Struggling Adolescent Readers: A Graduate Release Model?, and ?A Brief Experimental Analysis for Identifying Instruction Components Needed to Improve Oral Reading Fluency.?
From the Paper:"Many studies have concluded that choice is a necessary motivator to children and has a positive impact on their education. The most natural forum for self-selection is learning to read. Every child has different interests, unique needs and backgrounds and therefore tends to choose different books to read. There are different factors that affect children's book selection. These factors include topic or subject matter, author, writing style, and illustrations or the book cover, characters, and book summaries. Students who are allowed to choose their reading material often enjoy reading. Worthy (1999) concludes that when children are interested in their learning material they improve in ?learning, motivation, effort and attitude.? (p. 609)"
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