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The daily five

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Author(s)
Sweger, Melissa
Advisor(s)
Zbikowski, John
Date
2011
Subject(s)
Language arts (Elementary); Individualized instruction; Reading (Elementary)
Abstract
The Daily Five is a program that was developed by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser, "the sisters." "The sisters" designed this program to help students develop the daily habits of reading, writing, and working with peers with independence. Their hope is that these skills will carry on with their literacy throughout their lives. This project examines the comparison test results between two reading programs. It compares the results when taught with The Daily Five and then the results when taught with our district's previously used reading program. This project took place in a 2nd grade classroom during the 2010-2011 school year. The students' names are replaced with numbers for confidential reasons. The goal was to have a better grasp on how The Daily Five helps students to progress further in their overall reading. This study has taught me different ideas that have helped with student progress and ideas that did not improve their progress. I have also added some resources for parents and educators to use for further information.
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