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Reading motivation among African American and Caucasian students with Dr. John Guthrie

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Dr. Baker and Dr. Guthrie discuss reading motivation among African American and Caucasian students. For more information about Dr. Guthrie’s work see Journal of Literacy Research volume 41 number 3

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CITATION: Baker, E. A., & Guthrie, J. (2010, April 5). Reading motivation among African American and Caucasian students. Voice of Literacy. Podcast retrieved from http://voiceofliteracy.org


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  1. Ellen wrote on 04/05/2010 07:49 PM

    I found Dr. Guthrie to be very informative and articulate about his views on the importance of motivating children to read.

  2. Brenna wrote on 05/13/2010 02:11 PM

    I am interested to hear the rest of the five things teachers can do to motivate their students each day. Dr. Guthrie only had a chance to mention three or four. I hope to look at the article, but it's not free. I do appreciate this podcast, although sometimes they could be a little longer and the authors could have a bit more time to explain their research. The podcasts are a great way to learn more during a busy day.

  3. Brenna wrote on 05/13/2010 02:14 PM

    What were the five things teachers could do to motivate their students each day? Dr. Guthrie only had a chance to mention three or four. I would love to access his article, but it is not free. I appreciate these podcasts as a way to stay informed during a busy day. One improvement, however, might be to let the authors spend a little more time explaining their research.

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