The Relationship between the Child’s Concept of Reading and Reading Comprehension Performance
|Faulks, Lynda S.
|The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between the child's concept of reading and reading comprehension performance. The subjects were forty fourth grade students from four different types of schools (parochial, private, public urban, and public suburban) in western New York. The child's concept of reading was studied during an interview procedure. The child's reading comprehension performance was measured by his/her raw score on the New York State Reading Pupil Evaluation Program (PEP) Test. After testing the null hypothesis at the .05 level of significance, it was found that there was not a statistically significant relationship between the child's concept of reading and his/her reading comprehension performance as measured by the New York State PEP Reading Test. There was, however, a statistically significant relationship found between the child's concept of reading and the type of school he/she attended at the .05 level of significance. Further research was recommended.
|Concept Of Reading
|Reading Pupil Evaluation Program
|The Relationship between the Child’s Concept of Reading and Reading Comprehension Performance
|Education and Human Development
|Master of Science in Education (MSEd)
|Education and Human Development Master's Theses
|The College at Brockport