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Volume 6 Issue 2
Exploring Effective Reading Methods to Improve the Comprehension Skills of Grade 6 Learners
|Anna Cielou R. Apolinario, Ryan Paul DC. Dayao
|This qualitative research aims to examine and understand successful reading techniques that can improve the abilities of Grade 6 students in the subjects of Filipino and English at Tomas Earnshaw Elementary School to learn and understand word reading. By analyzing the perspectives and experiences of teachers and students, the study aims to acquire in-depth knowledge of strategies and approaches that have been proven effective in enhancing reading comprehension.
This study provides valuable knowledge for future teachers, emphasizing the importance of accepting different reading methods and prioritizing student-centered approaches. It also provides recommendations for teachers, administrators, and institutions to improve students' learning in word reading, understand the structure of the language used, and contribute to a dynamic and inclusive learning environment.
As education continues to evolve for students, the findings of this research contribute to the ongoing discussion on effective reading methods, providing guidance for teachers to overcome the complexities for reading and foster a love for learning among students.
|methods and strategies, reading comprehension, comprehension skills
|Sociology > Education
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Exploring Effective Reading Methods to Improve the Comprehension Skills of Grade 6 Learners - Anna Cielou R. Apolinario, Ryan Paul DC. Dayao - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12953
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