Engaging Strategies for Developing Reading Competencies

Authors

  • Dr. Renee Rice Moran East Tennessee State University
  • Dr. LaShay Jennings East Tennessee State University
  • Dr. Stacey J. Fisher East Tennessee State University
  • Dr. Edward J. Dwyer East Tennessee State University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56887/galiteracy.3

Keywords:

text sets, reading comprehension, reading program

Abstract

The authors offer a fascinating article that centers on using text sets to enhance reading comprehension. They focus on The Westward Movement as just one example for classroom teachers to understand the many benefits when text sets are used in a reading program.

Author Biographies

  • Dr. Renee Rice Moran, East Tennessee State University

    Dr. Renee Rice Moran ([email protected]) is an associate professor who teaches classes in literacy at East Tennessee State University.

  • Dr. LaShay Jennings, East Tennessee State University

    Dr. LaShay Jennings ([email protected]) is a clinical instructor at East Tennessee State University where she teaches classes in literacy instruction.

  • Dr. Stacey J. Fisher, East Tennessee State University

    Dr. Stacey Fisher ([email protected]) is an associate professor who teaches literacy classes at the Morristown and Sevierville satellite campuses of East Tennessee State University.

  • Dr. Edward J. Dwyer, East Tennessee State University

    Dr. Edward J. Dwyer ([email protected]) is a professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at East Tennessee State University who teaches literacy classes.

Strategies for Reading Competencies (Moran et al., 2018)

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Published

12/06/2018

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Research and Practitioner Articles

How to Cite

Rice Moran, R., Jenkins, L., Fisher, S., & Dwyer, E. (2018). Engaging Strategies for Developing Reading Competencies. Georgia Journal of Literacy, 41(2), 24–28. https://doi.org/10.56887/galiteracy.3

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