Rieman, Patricia L.
B.S.Ed. (Bachelor of Science in Education)
Department of Literacy and Elementary Education
This paper is about the relationship between reading comprehension skills and levels of self concept during preadolescence. I refer to Vgotsky's sociocultural theory to establish a preliminary connection and delve further into defining the differences between self-concept, self esteem and self-efficacy. I talk about students' views of their own cognitive abilities, contributing factors to positive self-concept and how some struggling students cope in the classroom. Next is provided a short descriptive list of skills all students should utilize in their academic learning. Finally, I add suggested ideas from author Cris Tovani to provide students with the necessary skills needed for reading comprehension success identified earlier in the paper.
Hathaway, Linda, "The relationship between reading comprehension skills and self-concept during preadolescence" (2008). Honors Capstones. 1264.
Northern Illinois University
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