Bessel , Kristen
This thesis investigates the role that motivation has on reading amongst students in low income schools. Research regarding specific strategies to engage learners from low income schools shows that using a wide variety of higher-order thinking questions, incorporating structured, research based reading programs, making reading relevant to students’ lives, teaching discussion strategies, and preparing students for college contribute to increasing reading success for students in low income schools. A professional development presentation application from these findings that outlines this research and strategies is then suggested. Lastly, professional application, limitations of the study, and future implications of the research are presented.
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Schueller, B. D. (2018). Beyond the Carrot: Strategies to Increase Reading Motivation in Students from Low Income Schools [Masterʼs thesis, Bethel University]. Spark Repository. https://spark.bethel.edu/etd/571