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Chen, Yi-Jui Iva; Cunningham, Anne E.; Rabe-Hesketh, Sophia; Hinshaw, Stephen P.; Irey, Robin C. – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
Many words in English resemble one another in multiple ways. Words with similar spellings are referred to as "orthographic neighbors." The purpose of this within-subject experimental study was to examine the effect of orthographic neighbors on the spelling acquisition of second-grade students. In each of five sessions of a computer-based…
Descriptors: Orthographic Symbols, Spelling, Elementary School Students, Grade 2
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Butvilofsky, Sandra A.; Escamilla, Kathy; Gumina, Deena; Silva Diaz, Elizabeth – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
Emerging bilingual learners' biliteracy abilities are often underestimated when monolingual reading assessments, such as the DIBELS, are used to identify students as having difficulties in learning or to guide literacy instruction. The authors propose a holistic form of biliterate assessment that uses writing as a means to understand what emerging…
Descriptors: Reading Tests, Monolingualism, Bilingual Students, Holistic Approach
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Schmidt, Claudia; Brandenburg, Janin; Busch, Jenny; Büttner, Gerhard; Grube, Dietmar; Mähler, Claudia; Hasselhorn, Marcus – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
Deficits in phonological information processing in upper elementary students with specific learning disabilities in reading or spelling may increase, decrease, or remain stable over time. The authors examined the development of phonological processing longitudinally in 209 students (109 with learning disabilities and 100 typically achieving;…
Descriptors: Phonological Awareness, Reading Processes, Cognitive Processes, Elementary School Students
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Howell, Emily; Perez, Sara; Abraham, W. Todd – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
In this formative experiment, the authors focused on developing professional development for upper elementary school teachers and investigating how it was integrated into teachers' instruction to improve their ability to make writing a more digital, participatory process. Theoretical perspectives pertaining to technology use in education specify…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Elementary School Teachers, Writing Instruction, Writing (Composition)
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Coiro, Julie – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
In this commentary, the author explores the tension between almost 30 years of work that has embraced increasingly complex conceptions of digital reading and recent studies that risk oversimplifying digital reading as a singular entity analogous with reading text on a screen. The author begins by tracing a line of theoretical and empirical work…
Descriptors: Electronic Publishing, Reading Processes, Heuristics, Reading Research
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Segerer, Robin; Niklas, Frank; Suggate, Sebastian; Schneider, Wolfgang – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
Young students who speak a different language at home than that spoken in school (i.e., a minority home-language) appear to exhibit a biased reading self-concept. Importantly, this biased reading self-concept may correspond with altered causal pathways between reading self-concept and achievement in minority home-language students. To test this…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Language Minorities, Native Language, Language Usage
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Smith, Blaine E.; Pacheco, Mark B.; Khorosheva, Mariia – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
With increasing cultural and linguistic diversity in today's classrooms, a growing body of research continues to explore the varied ways in which digital tools and multiple modalities can tap into emergent bilingual students' academic and linguistic strengths. To understand the empirical landscape of this growing research, the authors…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Secondary School Students, Multiple Literacies, Self Concept
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Guzmán, Juan Carlos; Schuenke-Lucien, Kate; D'Agostino, Anthony J.; Berends, Mark; Elliot, Andrew J. – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
In Haiti, 49% of students cannot read a single word in Creole by the time they start grade 3, which is reflective of a broader learning crisis in low-income and fragile contexts. Read to Learn, an early-grade literacy intervention, was implemented and evaluated from fall 2014 through spring 2016 with the aim of improving students' reading skills.…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Instructional Improvement, Reading Improvement, Emergent Literacy
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Nichols, T. Philip; Coleman, James Joshua – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
The authors examined how the spaces and structures of literacy classrooms were organized, inhabited, and felt by teachers and students in a new project-based high school. The authors attended specifically to the political valence of these feelings: how educators characterized certain spatial arrangements (modular furniture and flexible seating)…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Classroom Environment, High Schools, Classroom Design
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Boldt, Gail – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
The author introduces the concept of vitality and its relation to affect. Stern defined vitality as the feeling of flow and aliveness. The author drew on research from literacy, curriculum theory, and the work of Stern to argue for the value of the concept of vitality for thinking about how literacy comes to feel vital. The author argues that…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Affective Behavior, Psychological Patterns, Cognitive Processes
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Garcia, Antero; Guggenheim, Aaron; Stamatis, Kristina; Dalton, Bridget – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
In this qualitative study, the authors examined how care was enacted, understood, and valued by teachers and students in nine ninth-grade English language arts classrooms. Following two yearlong cohorts of teachers, the authors explored sociopolitical interpretations of care, specifically focusing on how care was an everyday, political phenomenon…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Grade 9, English Instruction, Language Arts
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Burnett, Cathy; Merchant, Guy – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
Existing work on literacy and affect has posed important questions for how we think about meanings and how and where they get made. The authors contribute to such work by focusing on the relation between text and affect. This is a topic that has received insufficient attention in recent work but is of pressing concern for education as text…
Descriptors: Reader Text Relationship, Reader Response, Affective Behavior, Literacy
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Tanner, Samuel Jaye; Leander, Kevin M.; Carter-Stone, Laura – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
The authors investigated improvisational theater and the possibilities that it presents for reconsidering reading pedagogy, with a focus on discussions of reading. The authors conducted empirical, qualitative studies of improvisational practice and instruction and analyzed improv through the construct of worlding. In this article, the authors…
Descriptors: Creative Activities, Theater Arts, Reading Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Perry, Mia – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
Through a consideration of literacies in theory and international policy, this article pushes at the edges of existing frameworks of functional and sociocultural literacies. In critique of existing policy directives, the author explores an approach to literacy that engages in the affective and posthuman relationality of human and environment and…
Descriptors: Multiple Literacies, Literacy Education, Social Change, Educational Policy
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Lee, Crystal Chen; Falter, Michelle M.; Schoonover, Nina R. – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
The authors argue that attending to the affective dimensions of everyday life for Latino immigrant youth offers a disorientation away from the circulation of fear around immigration in the United States, and a new orientation that links together the intimate affective images and narratives of the everyday that are less oppressive and rooted in and…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Immigrants, Immigration, Youth
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