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Reading comprehension in high-poverty schools: how should it be taught and how well does it work

A description and appraisal of a reading comprehension programme that was aimed at Grade 6 learners and teachers and implemented in different ways in two high-poverty primary schools where reading levels were very low. The results of the comprehension programme for the learners' reading abilities in their home language, Northern Sotho, and in English are reported and lessons learned identified.
Author(s): Pretorius, E.J. and Lephalala, M.

References

Pretorius E.J. and Lephalala, M. 2011. Reading comprehension in high-poverty schools: how should it be taught and how well does it work. Per Linguam, Volume 27 Number 2, pp. 1-24


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