The purpose of this study was to determine what social factors influenced ninth-grade students asked to participate in dramatic oral reading activities in the context of their high school English classroom. Participatory action research was completed in cooperation with a classroom teacher and his student teacher. A grounded theory design advised the transcription, coding, and data analysis of the study.He attended the district for four years, maintained a 1.8 GPA and read at the sixth -grade level. Mr. Robbins ... She maintained a 3.6 GPA with a sixth-grade reading level. ... daily events of teaching in a ninth-grade language arts classroom. ... The room was full of books and the walls were covered with posters about authors.
|Title||:||"This Ain't a Ghetto Class; this is a Fine Class!": Dramatic Oral Reading Fluency Activities in the Social Context of a Ninth-grade Classroom|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|