This volume offers an updated analysis of the methodology of reading and reading research since 1995, when the landmark book Verbal Protocols of Reading: The Nature of Constructively Responsive Reading by Michael Pressley and Peter Afflerbach was published. It offers a thorough cross-analysis of the conscious processes experienced during reading, the structure of reading comprehension, and its application to more current initiatives such as Common Core State Standards and Response to Intervention. It also provides a detailed analysis of Constructively Responsive Reading through relevant online self-report studies in reading and reading comprehension behavior. It is a fresh and comprehensive volume that speaks not only to reading researchers, but to literacy teachers at all levels.
Part I: Conceptual Overview 1. Verbal Protocol Analysis: A Summary of Past Research Trends 2. Advancement of Methodological Approaches 3. Theoretical Review: What is Already Known about Constructively Responsive Reading Part II: Summary of verbal protocol studies 4 . Summary of Methods Employed 5. Summary of Verbal Protocols in Reading 6. Metacognitive Mechanisms: Summary of Cognitive Procedures and Regulation 7. An Analysis of Social Contextual Variables and Social Criterion Part III 8. Constructive Responsivity: Instructional Strategies with Complex Text 9. Verbal Protocol Studies: A Refinement of Methodological Processes
The Routledge Research in Educational Psychology series is a forum for scholars across the field of Educational Psychology to present their latest research and contribute to the development of the field.