Are the silent reading behaviors of first graders really silent?International Reading Association (2004)
Beginning readers use a variety of subvocalization behaviors while learning to read silently. Teachers should accept these behaviors as naturally occurring phenomena and provide instruction to help students become efficient, independent silent readers.
- First grade
Citation InformationGary Wright, Ross B Sherman and Timothy B. Jones. "Are the silent reading behaviors of first graders really silent?" International Reading Association (2004) p. 546 - 553
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