Multi-Genre Research Project Historical/Cultural Perspectives from 1984 or Lord of the Flies

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VI. My Research Plan

My plan for collecting information about my topic is to start by researching motivation and reading in magazines, journals, and books. I think that reading through a lot of different material in the beginning will give me more ideas about how I want to focus the rest of my research. I think that most of my research will be from written sources, but I also want to conduct interviews during my field experience to get personal perspectives from students and teachers. During my research I will keep a notebook with facts that I collect, ideas for genres, individual perspectives, ideas for characters, and any other pieces of information that I come across and think might be useful.

VII. Preliminary Working Bibliography

Bauer, Denise S.; Lupo, Jennifer L. Improving Attitudes in Reading through Multiple

Instructional Strategies in an At-Risk Environment. Illinois: Clearinghouse, 2001.

Ford, Kim. “Bonding with Books.” Voices from the Middle. May 2001: 76-79.

Guthrie, John T.; Wigfield, Allan; VonSecker, Claire. “Effects of Integrated Instruction

on Motivation and Strategy Use in Reading.” Journal of Educational Psychology.

Jun 2000: 331-341.

Hurst, Beth. “ABCs of Content Area Lesson Planning: Attention, Basics, and

Comprehension.” Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. May 2001: 692-693.

Jago, Carol. Beyond Standards: Excellence in the High School English Classroom. New

Hampshire: Clearinghouse, 2001.

Kramarski, Bracha; Feldman, Yael. “Internet in the Classroom: Effects on Reading

Comprehension, Motivation and Metacognitive Awareness.” Educational Media

International. Sep 2000: 149-155.

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