MA Reading Education
Language, Literacy and Sociocultural Education
College of Education
Committee Member 1
Reading instruction, second grade
Individualized reading instruction
Elementary Education | Language and Literacy Education
The purpose of this investigation was to investigate and track the development of student responses during individual reading conferences in second grade. Data was kept over a two-week period and tracked through individual student reading conferences, student jots during reading, reading logs and anecdotal notes. Throughout the study, the student responses developed through the use of question stems and prompts. Through the use of self-selected text and holding student accountable for the reading, the students remained engaged. The structure of the conference helped to build on students' strengths and provide a teaching point in order for the students to practice a skill independently.
Ervin, Lindsey, "How do student responses develop in second grade reading conferences" (2017). Theses and Dissertations. 2375.