Culminating Project Title
Date of Award
Culminating Project Type
Curriculum and Instruction: M.S.
School of Education
Hsuehi (Martin) Lo
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Keywords and Subject Headings
repeated reading, fluency, readers theater, prosody
This starred paper focuses on the effectiveness of using two reading strategies to improve fluency in an elementary student. The two reading strategies are repeated reading and readers theater. Research within the starred paper have effect sizes for both reading strategies in experiments. Readers theater is where a student is working on prosody which is a part of fluency by reading their part in a play on a script. The student is mastering their lines and focusing on expression. Repeated reading is where a student reads a passage at instructional level three times. A cold, warm, and hot read. The student graphs their words read correct per minute results. Continue to read to learn about the research of repeated reading and readers theater.
Roiger, Trisha, "Repeated Reading and Reader’s Theater to Improve Fluency" (2019). Culminating Projects in Teacher Development. 40.