نتایج جستجو برای guided reading

تعداد نتایج: 133445  

2016
Deanna Long, Susan Szabo,

This quasi-experimental mixed methods study examined the use of ereaders during guided reading instruction and its impact on 5th grade students’ reading motivation, attitude toward reading, and reading comprehension. For 10 weeks, 19 students received guided reading instruction by means of the traditional paper/text format, while 16 students received guided reading instruction by means of e-rea...

Journal: :Neuron 2006
Kimihiro Nakamura, Nobuko Hara, Sid Kouider, Yoshihiro Takayama, Ritsuko Hanajima, Katsuyuki Sakai, Yoshikazu Ugawa,

The visual perception of words is known to activate the auditory representation of their spoken forms automatically. We examined the neural mechanism for this phonological activation using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) with a masked priming paradigm. The stimulation sites (left superior temporal gyrus [L-STG] and inferior parietal lobe [L-IPL]), modality of targets (visual and auditor...

2003
Ratnawati Mohd Asraf, Alastair Sharp, Stephen Slater,

This paper describes an extensive reading program conducted in three rural secondary or middle schools in Malaysia, aimed at motivating the students to read extensively in English and helping them overcome their problems in understanding English texts as a means towards increasing their proficiency in the language. The paper begins by discussing the rationale for extensive reading for students ...

Journal: :Pain physician 2005
Christopher J Centeno, James Elliott, Whitney L Elkins, Michael Freeman,

BACKGROUND Several authors have postulated that cervical instability is a major cause of traumatic spinal pain. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this prospective case series study (n = 6) was to determine if proliferant injections have an effect on cervical translation as measured by a blinded reader. DESIGN This study was a prospective case series. Study participants were selected from patients se...

2004
W. C. Knowler, R. C. Williams, D. J. Pettitt,

Case-control association studies are a widely used study design in genetic epidemiology. Under this method allele and/or genotype frequencies at a genetic marker are compared between cases and controls. Association studies are thought to be well suited for identifying genetic variation underlying complex traits, such as diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. However, this study design is ...

2012
M. J. Snel,

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Journal: :Vision Research 2001
Dorine Vergilino, Cécile Beauvillain,

In order to examine the frames of reference used for the planning of inter- and intra-word saccades, subjects were required to execute a two-saccade sequence toward one or two words. The first saccade was visually guided while the second saccade was visually or memory-guided. Results demonstrate that readers hold an internal representation of the target word in at least two different reference ...

2008
Annie Fisher,

With the introduction of the National Literacy Strategy, England’s primary school teachers were asked to replace ‘‘listening to children read’’–a practice deeply embedded in UK pedagogy–with guided reading, a practice focused on interpretive and critical comprehension rather than accuracy and fluency. This smallscale research project addresses the perceptions of the author’s Primary B.Ed. stude...

2005
John Haugeland,

While brilliance and originality surely top the list of qualities shared by Brandom and Heidegger, another commonality is a tendency to treat their predecessors as partial and sometimes confused versions of themselves. Heidegger, therefore, could hardly be indignant on principle if Brandom finds a fair bit of Making it Explicit in the first division of Being and Time. Nevertheless, some details...

Journal: :Current opinion in neurobiology 2005
Cathy J Price, Andrea Mechelli,

Recent functional neuroimaging studies are generating novel insights into our knowledge of skilled and disturbed reading. In neurologically normal subjects, a double dissociation in neural activation in response to reading words and pseudowords has been revealed that corresponds to that observed in the comparison of semantic and phonological tasks. In patients with acquired dyslexia, functional...

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