Paired Reading: The Use of a Cross-Age Peer-Tutoring Programme Between Transition Year Students and First Year Students
Keywords:Tutoring Programme, Post-Primary, Paired Reading, Cross-Age Tutoring, Peer Tutoring
This article reports on tbe use of a cross-age peer tutoring programme between transition year and first year students in an all girls secondary school. The benefits of a Paired Reading programme for the tutees (first years) and tutors (Transition Year (TY) students) are evaluated and practical suggestions for planning a Paired Reading programme in a secondary schAool are identified.
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