Informal Reading Assessment in Grade VI Students Persuasive Essay by Top Papers
Informal Reading Assessment in Grade VI Students
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The paper argues in favour of Gough's 'bottom up' theory of reading and its assessment that refers to both phonetics and word recognition techniques that free the student to enhance reading, equipped with good foundations. The paper makes references to Murphy and Stiggins, opponents of standardized 'empirical' testing of classes in favour of Gough's one-on-one simple interview.
From the Paper:"Various methods have been devised to assess reading by North American specialists. Perhaps ironically, early 1970s methods combining reading comprehension, letter and word recognition, and a foundation of phonics, can seem the most promising. (Gough 1972, p.350f) So-called Bottom Up theory focuses on reading as a perceptual process, the location of meaning in a given text, and processing that lets the child learn simpler terms and constructions first, towards an ability to advance to more difficult recognitions, plus the ability to often `sound out' unfamiliar words by..."
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