Date of Award
Culminating Project Type
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A.
College of Liberal Arts
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Keywords and Subject Headings
MAP Test, Extensive Reading, Intensive Reading, ESL
This is a qualitative study comparing seven points of quantitative data in the areas of phonological awareness, phonics, concepts of print, vocabulary and word structure, comprehension, writing and overall score, to compare two teaching methods. The main subjects of this study are basal readers, leveled readers and MAP reading scores. The study participants were second grade ESL students in separate classrooms. Although this study touches on the use of sight-words, visual images, context vocabulary, reading time and word play through word use, the main focus of the results are a comparison between two different ways to present reading lessons to students. It is shown in the results that leveled readers can improve reading scores. These results can be used to improve reading instruction in any grade and at all levels.
Young, Melissia B., "How Does the Use of Extensive Reading Compared to the Use of Intensive Reading Affect MAP Reading Scores in a Class of ESL Students?" (2017). Culminating Projects in English. 102.