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Protocol for student interviews comprehending reading comprehension
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Silver, R. E. (2012). Protocol for student interviews comprehending reading comprehension. Comprehending reading comprehension: An intervention in P4 reading [OER 9/10 RS]. Singapore: National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University.
The purpose of the student interview is to get the students’ perspective on the lessons. Ask teachers to select two students who are not shy and are generally willing to talk. It doesn’t matter if they are strong or weak readers. In this case we are hoping for students who will feel comfortable talking to us. Teachers are to call the parents of the selected students in advance and ask if they (the parents) agree to have the students participate in the interview. If no, another student will be selected.
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