Use of Metacognitive Reading Strategies by Gifted Learning Disabled Students: An Exploratory Study.

@inproceedings{McGuire1996UseOM,
  title={Use of Metacognitive Reading Strategies by Gifted Learning Disabled Students: An Exploratory Study.},
  author={Krista L. McGuire and Carolyn Yewchuk},
  year={1996}
}
This study examines the use of metacognitive strategies by four upper elementary gifted students with reading disabilities during a reading comprehension think-aloud task. The students had WISC-R Verbal or Performance IQs above 125 and standardized reading achievement scores at least one year below grade placement. The results indicated that, although in general the four students actively monitored their reading and reported frequent use of evaluation, paraphrase, and regulation metacognitive… CONTINUE READING

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