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Cynthia L. Barnett, B.S. A Research Project Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the School of Education in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts Saint Xavier University Chicago, Illinois May 2007 pupils. read, so as exercise their writing skills. IMPROVING READING COMPREHENSION THROUGH HIGHER-ORDER THINKING SKILLS Brigitte A. McKown, B.S. The study focuses on parents’ reading to children at 4 years of age and the subsequent development of very early reading skills (at age 4-5).

The research paper explores that how the students can develop their reading skills by using effective reading approaches. Teachers give reading materials for the pupils to.

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It is a peer-reviewed journal principally devoted to reports of original empirical research in reading and closely related fields (e.g., spoken language, writing), and to informed reviews of relevant literature. Research (PDF Available) ... in the afternoon) to enhance reading and writing skills of the. The research approach and analysis controls for a wide range of child, parent, household and childcare characteristics. PDF | Reading is a part of our daily lives. Reading, as one of the important skills for the learning process, is a fundamental tool for critical and creative thinking that enable the readers to acknowledge more information (Braunger, 2006). reading comprehension skills of students who have problems in reading comprehension.

The research question is, The purpose of this study was to analyze the improvement of the students reading skills after they have taken presentations on reading strategies. to children early in life on the child’s own reading and other cognitive skills. The aim of this study was to reveal how reading comprehension skills of elementary fourth graders who have problems in reading comprehension can be improved by means of the SCRATCH program. The research problem emerged based on this contemplation. The Journal of Research in Reading provides an international forum for research focusing on literacy.