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  • Anell, Birgitta, et al. (författare)
  • Portfoliometoden
  • 2000
  • Ingår i: Kom och läs : Lärarhandledning 2. - Stockholm : Natur och kultur. - 9789127732445 ; s. 12-19
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)
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  • Damber, Ulla, et al. (författare)
  • Differences between overachieving and underachieving classes in reading : Teacher, classroom and student characteristics
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: Journal of Early Childhood Literacy. - Sage Publications. - 1468-7984. ; 12:4, s. 339-366
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The main purpose of this study was to examine the classroom, teacher and student factors distinguishing grade three classes performing at higher levels than expected, in relation to socioeconomic status (SES) and language factors, from classes performing below their potential with regard to the same factors. Data from a standardized reading comprehension test and student and teacher questionnaires covering teacher, classroom and student characteristics were collected. The participants were 1,092 grade three classes and their class teachers, from Stockholm, Sweden. By use of regression and a twin-matching procedure, one group of 94 underachieving classes and another group of 94 overachieving classes were formed for comparison. Data about extended voluntary reading, classroom climate, teacher experience and the use of authentic literature were seen to the main four indicators discriminating between over- and underachieving classes beyond the impact of SES and language background.
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  • Eklund, Monica, et al. (författare)
  • Reading and education for students of immigrant origin in a number of Swedish municipalities : Paper presented at European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) in Gothenburg, in September 2008
  • 2008
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Mid Sweden University and Kalmar University have organised surveys on reading skills in a number of Swedish municipalities. All students in grade 8 in these municipalities have participated in the surveys, in total 16 287 students. These surveys have included a reading test and information collected from the teachers about the students, including participation in instruction in Swedish as a second language and in their mother tongues. Students of immigrant origin in Sweden are offered the possibility to participate in instruction in Swedish as a second language and in their mother tongue. Collected data from the municipalities are used to see whether the percentage of students of immigrant origin participating in these types of instruction is increasing or decreasing. The data are also used to look at differences between those students of immigrant origin who participate and not participate in these types of instruction. Are there differences in the results on the reading tests? Are different language groups participating to the same extent in these types of instruction? Are there gender differences related to the participation in these types of instruction? The results will be further discussed and related to findings from other surveys, both national and international. 
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  • Eklund, Monica, et al. (författare)
  • Reading, reading habits, reading interest, well-being in school and perspectives on the future among 8th grade students in a Swedish municipality
  • 2009
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Research topic/aim:To analyse how young people read, how much they read and how they like to read and to relate this to their background, their well-being in school and what they think about their future.Theoretical framework:Literacy is a concept which takes into consideration not only reading skills, but tries to put these skills in a broader context where among other things reading habits, interests and purpose plays an important role (Street, 2001). In order to get an idea about literacy among young people today it is of interest to know more about how they read, what they read and what they think about reading. It can be assumed that different groups have different types of literacies (Heath, 1996). In order to find out more about different literacies among young people it is of interest to compare boys and girls, young persons from different social background and young persons with different cultural background.Methodology / research designIn 2005 and 2006 surveys were organised in the municipality of Härnösand in Sweden. All students in 8th grade in the municipality participated in the surveys. In total participated 697 students. The surveys included a reading test and a student questionnaire. The students´ questionnaire contained a number of questions dealing with among other issues students’ gender, first language, parents education, books at home, reading habits, reading interest, well-being in school and plans about future education (Eklund, Fredriksson & Taube, 2005; 2006). The data collected in the test and in the questionnaire will be used to analyse the relations between different variables.
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  • Fredriksson, Ulf, 1954-, et al. (författare)
  • Reading among students of immigrant origin in a number of Swedish municipalities: Analysing differences in reading skills between students of immigrant origin and Swedish students and differences related to age, gender, participation in remedial education, participation in education in Swedish as a second language and participation in mother tongue education. : Paper presented at the AILA - Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée ( International Association of Applied Linguistics) World Congress, Essen, August 2008
  • 2008
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Mid Sweden University and Kalmar University have organised studies on reading skills among students in grade 8 during 2002 – 2007 in Nacka, Sollentuna, Tyresö and Upplands-Väsby. All students in grade 8 in the municipalities have participated in the studies. In total 16 287 students participated. These studies have included a reading test and information collected from the teachers about students’ age, gender, mother tongue, participation in remedial education, participation in mother tongue education and participation in education in Swedish as a second language.The results from these studies are used to compare the reading skills of the Swedish students and the students of immigrant origin. The analysis take age and gender into consideration. A comparison is made between Swedish students and students of immigrant origin receiving remedial education. Within the group of students of immigrant origin a comparison is made between those who have participated in education in their mother tongue and those who have not participated in such education. A comparison is also be made between those who have participated in education in Swedish as a second language and those who have not participate in this education.The purpose of these comparisons are to find out whether:- the same gender differences in reading skills can be found among Swedish students and students of immigrant origin?- the same age differences in reading skills can be found among Swedish students and students of immigrant origin?- there are differences between Swedish students who participated in remedial education and students of immigrant origin who participated in remedial education?- there are differences between the students of immigrant origin who participated in mother tongue education and the students of immigrant origin who did not participate in mother tongue education?- there are differences between the students of immigrant origin who participated in education in Swedish as a second language and the students of immigrant origin who did not participate in education in Swedish as a second language? The results are further discussed and related to findings from other surveys, both national and international.
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  • Fredriksson, Ulf, et al. (författare)
  • Reading and education for students of immigrant origin in some Swedish municipalities
  • 2009
  • Ingår i: US-China Education Review. - Libertyville, IL : David Publishing Company. - 1548-6613. ; 6:11, s. 17-32
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Researchers from Mid Sweden University and Kalmar University organised surveys on reading skills in Swedish municipalities. This paper will focus on the surveys made in four municipalities between 2002 and 2007. All students in grade 8 in these four municipalities participated in the surveys-in total 16, 287 students. These surveys included a reading test for the students and information about the students collected from the teachers, including participation in instruction in Swedish as a second language and in their mother tongues. Students of immigrant origin in Sweden are offered the possibility to participate in instruction in Swedish as a second language and in instruction in the student's mother tongue. No obvious trends over time in the participation in Swedish as a second language and mother tongue instruction were found in the four municipalities on the tests we gave, in spite of national trends. There was no difference in results on the reading tests in Swedish between those students who participated in mother tongue instruction and those who did not, but there was a difference in test results between those who participated in Swedish as a second language and those who did not. Those who did not participate (in Swedish as a second language instruction) did, on average, score higher on the test. When different language groups are compared, it can be noted that a majority in all groups of immigrant students neither participate in Swedish as a second language nor in mother tongue instruction. However, there are important differences between boys and girls and between language groups. Girls seemed to be more willing than boys to participate in voluntary mother tongue instruction, while boys more often than girls had to participate in compulsory lessons in Swedish as a second language.
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