IMPROVING ORAL READING SKILLS OF GRADE 7- HUMILITY POOR READERS OF DFLOMNHS THROUGH MISCUE ANALYSIS
Keywords:oral reading skills, miscue analysis
This study determined the effectiveness of Miscue Analysis in improving the oral reading skills of Grade 7-Humility Poor Readers. This study was conducted at Doña Francisca Lacsamana De Ortega Memorial National High School, during the 1st Semester of School Year 2022-2023.
The following were salient findings of the study. The level of oral reading performance of Grade 7 Humility Poor Readers, their total mean gain pretest was 6.4 “Instructional” while the total mean of miscues is 2.8 “Independent”. The computed main gain difference from their pretest and posttest was 3.6 which describes that Miscue Analysis is effective. The t-crit was 3.87 which was greater than the tabular value which is 2.262 at 0.005 level of significance, thus; the null hypothesis is rejected.
Based on the findings of this study, the following conclusions were drawn. The level of oral reading skills of the learners of Grade 7 Humility before and after the pretest and posttest has improved significantly. There is a significant difference of oral reading levels during pretest and post-test through the Miscue Analysis which is presented through Reading Materials in improving oral reading skills of Grade 7- Developing readers. The use of Miscue Analysis as a tool in enhancing and improving oral reading skills of Grade 7-Learners of Humility.
The researchers recommend the following: a) The teachers should continue the remedial reading program for poor readers and provide and effective learning activities injecting reading texts and stories; b) English Teachers are encouraged to use the Miscue Analysis in improving and developing oral reading skills; c) Future researchers may consider to conduct related studies to further investigate the use of remedial reading program in a wider scope for future assessment and proposed more information about its effectiveness as intervention in improving the oral reading skills of poor readers.
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