Do Your Students Like to Read? Strategies Teachers Employ to Inspire Positive Attitudes Toward Reading
Results show that attitudes toward reading have declined, on average, across many countries. Fourth graders internationally are reporting that they enjoy reading less and less. IEA Teacher Snippet number two provides four strategies to inspire positive attitudes toward reading and foster confidence in reading backed by data from IEA's PIRLS (Progress in International Reading and Literacy Study).
Do Your Students Like to Read? Strategies Teachers Employ to Inspire Positive Attitudes Toward Reading is available in the following languages:
Adapt this IEA Teacher Snippet for National Use
This IEA Teacher Snippet is based on data from PIRLS 2016 and can be adapted for all countries that participated in the PIRLS 2016 study. This edition is available for translation into the national language and includes the national data. To adapt this Snippet and receive all editable material, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discover the Study
PIRLS is an international assessment of fourth-grade reading achievement, with data collected every five years from approximately
50 countries. In addition to the reading test, students complete a questionnaire, in which they answer questions about their reading habits and attitudes.
Discover all Teacher Snippets
IEA offers a host of Teacher Snippets. Read the rest of this series.