Are silent reading behaviors of first graders really silent?

Wright, Gary; Sherman, Ross; Jones, Timothy B.
March 2004
Reading Teacher;Mar2004, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p546
Academic Journal
Discusses a study on the silent reading behaviors of first-grade students in the U.S. Categories of students' movement toward the behavior of reading silently; Relationships between first graders' employment of various subvocalization manifestations and their reading levels and reading rates; Diagnostic and instructional implications.


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