Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies

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Errors are identified to focus on the weaknesses and the strengths of each student in a small group to identify areas that need improvement. Cues are related to sound-to-letter expectations and are applied during oral reading to support struggling students know how to use letter-sound knowledge improves their reading abilities. Past studies according to Savage (2007) have indicated that systematic and direct phonics instructions are effective means used to assist children to learn how to read including children with learning and reading problemsStringer (2008) emphasises the importance of ethical considerations to protect the well-being and interests of research participants, particularly, confidentiality, permissions and informed consent when planning for action research as ’the deeper purpose of research is to extend people’s knowledge and understanding’ (p.3). Most organisations ensure the safety of participants through formal procedures. The researcher, as an early-childhood educator of this literature review would like to adopt both the quantitative and qualitative research methods as both the methods are vital to use the acquired knowledge about the topic and must be included and reflected effectively. From the selected sources of information, there are two research methodologies that emerge while studying literature materials. These are qualitative and quantitative research methodologies. Since the field of education and teaching reading requires the participation
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