Integration of sight word learning and repeated reading into whole language approach in remedial reading programme: a case study / Noor Hanim Rahmat

Rahmat, Noor Hanim (2002) Integration of sight word learning and repeated reading into whole language approach in remedial reading programme: a case study / Noor Hanim Rahmat. [Research Reports] (Submitted)

Abstract

This research looks yet another altemative approach in the Remedial Reading
Programme. The students were introduced to the whole Language Approach
combined with the learning of sight words and repeated reading. 13 students were
chosen for this programme based on the fact that they could not read. progress was seen after I week, 2 weeks, I month and finally at the end of the research. The whole
language approach requires the teacher to incorporate old learning into something
new. This helps students become farniliar with recurring themes. Students progressed
pell because learning the sight words requires "block" remembering unlike learning
thropgh the traditional phonics. However, this method also bears some drawbacks.
repeated reading helps students reinforce what has been learnt.

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Item Type: Research Reports
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Rahmat, Noor Hanim
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L Education > LB Theory and practice of education > Higher Education
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Keywords: Reading Programmes; Reading approach
Date: 2002
URI: https://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/4757
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