Date of Thesis
Reading is a required skill in today’s society. Having the ability to read is necessary in order to be successful. Therefore, it is critical that educators help students to become proficient readers (Joseph, & Schisler, 2006). This study used an incremental rehearsal (IR; Burns, 2007) intervention in an attempt to increase reading fluency. A five week IR intervention was conducted with a third grade student who was struggling with reading correctly and quickly, even with receiving extra assistance in the learning support classroom. Results indicated improvement in the student’s speed and accuracy when reading from a list of words. With the exception of the first and fourth weeks, the findings also supported prior literature that indicated IR to increase reading fluency. Implications for and limitations of these data are discussed.
Masters Thesis (Bucknell Access Only)
Master of Science in Education
Education - college student personnel
Smith, Chelsea N., "Using Incremental Rehearsal to Increase Reading Fluency with a Third Grade Student" (2013). Master’s Theses. 150.