Happy Sunday all! Before you get on your high horse and remind me that I haven’t written anything in a few days I’m counting today as a win. Why a win? Because I’m actually writing something and a day of writing is better than a day of not writing, no matter how many days have passed.
Now onto explaining what I mean in today’s title. Currently I am working on the reading section of my dissertation. Chapter 2 for me consists of sections on visual perception, kindergarten readiness, readiness assessments, and emergent literacy. One of the sub-sections under emergent literacy is reading achievement and that is section I’m stuck on right now. Not that I do not have ideas about reading achievement, but they are my ideas. There is an unspoken rule about dissertation writing: writers don’t have the authority to have their own ideas until chapter 5. This means I’m trying to find research articles explaining what reading achievement is, how it is measured, and why it is important. If any of you out in reader land have thoughts or ideas of search terms, please let me know. I would really like to be done with this section by the end of the month. Thanks and talk with you later this week.
And as I wrote about earlier–let me know if you spot any grammar issues.