Department of Psychology
To successfully function in today's society, a skill that is arguably necessary is that of reading. Educators are constantly in search of effective reading interventions to use with students. This study examined the effects of listening previewing on the oral reading fluency of third grade students from regular education classrooms. Twelve participants were assigned to one of two groups: Experimental Group or Control Group. Results indicated that the listening previewing procedure was superior to reading practice only when the progress monitoring data was collected on previewed probes. The findings imply that improvements in oral reading fluency due to the listening previewing procedure may not generalize to new materials. Implications for future research are further discussed.
Education | Psychology
Smith, Latisha, "The Effectiveness of Listening Previewing on Oral Reading Performance" (2002). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 636.