How picture books support pre-literate children's responses during post-reading discussions

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Title

How picture books support pre-literate children's responses during post-reading discussions

Description

MS Ed: Teaching Literacy

Abstract

In order to foster a love for reading, children must be able to comprehend the stories they are reading. Picture books are important in the lives of pre-literate children's beginning reading. The illustrations in picture books allow readers to interact with the texts and have a meaningful experience with literature. Understanding the relationship between picture book illustrations and reading comprehension, educators may enhance their students' reading comprehension to an ever greater extent. The goal of this study is to investigate how picture books support the extent of pre-literate children's responses during post-reading discussions.

Creator

Pan, Peter Chih-Hang

Date Accepted

2012

Contributor

Preskill, Stephen
Gazzard, Ann
Arena, Danielle

Rights

U.S. and international copyright laws may protect this work. It is provided by Wagner College for scholarly or research purposes only. Commercial use or distribution is not permitted without prior permission of the copyright holder.

Is Part Of

Wagner College Electronic Thesis Collection

Format

application/pdf

Extent

40 pages

Language

eng

Type

Text

Identifier

Ed_2012_Pan_How

Citation

Pan, Peter Chih-Hang, “How picture books support pre-literate children's responses during post-reading discussions,” Wagner College Digital Collections, accessed June 15, 2021, https://wagnercollections.omeka.net/items/show/15566.