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BAŞLANGIÇ DÜZEYİ OKUYUCULARININ OKUMA MOTİVASYONLARININ, GÜNLÜK KİTAP OKUMA SÜRELERİ VE AİLENİN OKUMA DURUMUNA GÖRE DEĞERLENDİRİLMESİ

BEGINNING READERS’ MOTIVATION FOR READING, DAILY TIMES AND FAMILY READ A BOOK BY THE EVALUATION OF READING

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Reading skill, knowledge and many skills including coordination of a series of strategy takes place. This situation needs to read the individuals, interests and motivation to take action related to a condition that affects behavior. Motivation is more important in small classes. Therefore, the beginning reading level reader’ determine reading for motivation, understand students’ individual differences and in literacy experiences at home or at school is important to help. According to the results, reading the daily motivation to increase the duration of the reading; motivation of parents reading books to read or not read no effect is observed. His parents reading activity itself did not create any impact in children. Therefore, it is recommended parents to share their reading activities.
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Okuma kabiliyet, bilgi ve stratejinin bir dizi koordinasyonunu içeren pek çok beceriyle gerçekleşir. Bu durum da bireylerin okumaya yönelik isteklerini, ilgilerini ve harekete geçmelerini sağlayan davranışları etkileyen bir durum olan motivasyonla bağlantılıdır. Motivasyon küçük sınıflarda daha büyük bir öneme sahiptir. Bu nedenle başlangıç düzeyi okuyucularının okuma motivasyonunu belirlemek, öğrencilerin bireysel farklılıklarını anlamak ve evde veya okulda okuryazarlık deneyimlerine yardımcı olabilmek açısından önemlidir. Elde edilen sonuçlara göre, günlük kitap okuma süresinin okuma motivasyonunu arttırdığı; annebabalarının kitap okuyup okumadıklarının ise öğrencilerin okuma motivasyonunda anlamlı farklılık oluşturmadığı görülmektedir. Anne- babanın kendi başına yaptığı okuma etkinliği çocuklarda herhangi bir etki yaratmamıştır. Bu nedenle, ailelerin yaptıkları okuma etkinliklerini çocukları ile paylaşmaları önerilmektedir.
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