Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/24690
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2022
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National Institute of Education (Singapore)
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Sia, E., Loh, C. E., & Belmonte, T. (2022). What teens read: A comparison of adolescent reading preferences in 2017 and 2021. OER Knowledge Bites, 17, 6-7.
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OER Knowledge Bites
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Research has shown that adolescents are more likely to read when they find books that are engaging and relevant to them. Fiction remains popular among teens because it meets adolescents’ need for reading something enjoyable with relatable characters and storylines. Furthermore, fiction titles that are popular among teens provide a topic of conversation for adolescents to connect with their peers. Educators and librarians need to know what teens like to read to find engaging and motivating content for them.
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