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A case study of cross-cultural and cross-age online literature discussion
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
late September 2007 through late May 2008, twenty-two students (nine fifth graders from the U.S. and thirteen tenth graders from Taiwan) used blogs to post responses to literature. Multiple sources of data were analyzed by using the constant comparative...
Small group read aloud with nonfiction and fiction literature in preschool
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
in their classroom twice per day. Transcripts of interviews and small group read aloud sessions were analyzed. Analysis included open coding, axial coding, and constant comparative techniques to reach data saturation. Research findings suggest that teachers employed...