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ERIC Number: ED408564
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997-May
Pages: 47
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A Study To Determine the Effects of In-Class and Pull-Out Instruction for Title 1 Students in Reading.
VanScoy, Lori J.
A study examined which method of delivery (pull-out or in-class) regular classroom teachers preferred for Title 1 remedial reading instruction. Surveys were completed by 205 elementary school teachers throughout the state of West Virginia. Results showed that: (1) teachers preferred the method they were currently using; (2) grade level was not a significant factor, with teachers of primary and intermediate grades using both in-class and pull-out; (3) severity of reading deficiency was a determining factor, with teachers who had students with severe reading problems preferring the pull-out method, where they felt the child could receive individual instruction; and (4) number of remedial students was not a consideration when choosing a method. (Contains an appendix with the survey and a list of counties, as well as 32 references.) (Author/SR)
Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses - Masters Theses; Tests/Questionnaires
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: West Virginia