Kindergarten Students' Reading
A review of Sacks' and Mergendoller's article, "Relationships Between Teachers' Theoretical Orientations Toward Reading and Student Outcomes in Kindergarten Children with Differential Reading Abilities".
# 121948 | 1,000 words | 2 sources | APA | 2008 |
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This paper provided a methodological critique of an article testing for differences in kindergarten students' reading in relation to their teachers' theoretical orientation. The paper discusses the whole language approach versus the phonics approach.
From the Paper:"The article that is analyzed in this report is Sacks C., Mergendoller J. "Relationships between teachers' theoretical orientations toward reading and student outcomes in kindergarten children with differential reading abilities". Sacks and Mergendoller examined the reading achievement of kindergarten students for a group of teachers who used the whole language approach to reading and a group of teachers that used the phonics approach. It was hypothesized that students who had teachers with a..."
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