Browsing Education by Type "Technical Report"

Browsing Education by Type "Technical Report"

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  • Howie, Sarah J.; Combrinck, Celeste; Roux, Karen; Tshele, Mishack; Mtsatse, Nangamso; McLeod Palane, Nelladee; Mokoena, Gabriel (Centre for Evaluation and Assessment (CEA), 2017)
    The difference between reading on-line and reading on paper for Grade 5 learners in Gauteng was explored in a multiple case study when South Africa participated in ePIRLS 2016. The Progress in International Reading ...
  • Howie, Sarah J.; Venter, Elsie; Van Staden, Surette; Zimmerman, Lisa; Long, Caroline; Du Toit, Cecilia Magdalena; Scherman, Vanessa; Archer, Elizabeth; Nel, Cilla; Botha, Monica; M Consulting CC (Centre for Evaluation and Assessment (CEA), 2007)
    The Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) is an international comparative survey of reading literacy of Grade 4 (9 year-old) learners. The study was established to provide countries with information about ...
  • Howie, Sarah J.; Van Staden, Surette; Tshele, Mishack; Dowse, Cilla; Zimmerman, Lisa (Centre for Evaluation and Assessment (CEA), 2012)
    After participation in PIRLS 2006, South Africa participated in once again in the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS 2011). In PIRLS 2011, the South African study assessed a Grade 5 population in an ...
  • Howie, Sarah J.; Combrinck, Celeste; Tshele, Mishack; Roux, Karen; McLeod Palane, Nelladee; Mokoena, Gabriel (Centre for Evaluation and Assessment (CEA), 2017)
    The Grade 5 reading literacy achievement of learners who wrote in Afrikaans, English and isiZulu are reported in the PIRLS 2016 highlights report. The Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) is a worldwide ...
  • Howie, Sarah J.; Combrinck, Celeste; Roux, Karen; Tshele, Mishack; Mokoena, Gabriel; McLeod Palane, Nelladee (Centre for Evaluation and Assessment (CEA), 2017)
    How well do South African Grade 4 learners read when compared internationally and locally in the 11 official languages? Can Grade 4 learners read for meaning by the end of their scholastic year? These are but some of the ...