Motivating aliterate readers
This study explores motivation in third grade alliterate readers. The methodology included self-reported surveys completed by students, student-teacher conferences, and anecdotal observations made by the researcher. Conclusions from the study support motivation increases when choice, interesting texts, a variety of genres, and conversations about reading are present in the learning environment. [The author] explores aliteracy, the multifaceted face nature of reading motivation, and outlines seven key components used to increase reading motivation.
Koester, Freya Rochelle, "Motivating aliterate readers" (2013). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 4042.
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