The Impact of Small Group Instruction on Preschool Literacy Skills

Majedah Abu Al Rub

Abstract


This study focused on 17 preschool students in a northern Jordan city. Preschoolers
were taught specific literacy skills in a small group instructional setting. The students’ skill level was assessed at the beginning and middle of the school year. The researcher’s goal was to determine if teaching literacy skills in a small group setting would improve the skill level of the preschool students. Results showed that using small groups was an effective way to increase preschool students’ literacy skill levels.


Keywords


Small group instruction, preschool literacy skills, Curriculum, preschool students.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jeps.vol11iss4pp794-802

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