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A study of one secondary school’s extensive reading programme in Singapore
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Dec-2007
Abstract: 
Since the 1980s, Extensive Reading (ER), sometimes called The Extensive
Reading and Information Literacy Programme (ERIL), has been a common feature of
reading pedagogy in Singapore schools. However, while such programmes have
proliferated, few have been evaluated. At the request of the school’s principal, we
conducted a responsive formative evaluation of a Secondary 1 Extensive Reading
programme in one government-aided secondary school. This final report presents the
framework, findings and three case studies involved in this year long evaluation. It also
discusses our experiences with conducting a responsive formative evaluation during the
2005 school year, both in terms of process and outcomes.
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NOTE: Report access is restricted. For more information on the said project, please contact oer.rsu@nie.edu.sg
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Project number: 
CRP 15/04 JW; CRP 10/05 JW
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