Framgångsfaktorer i undervisning för elever som är i behov av stöttning i sin läs- och skrivutveckling

Translated title of the thesis: Successfactors in teaching for students who are in need of support in their reading and writing development
  • Sara Lönnvik
  • Sara Holmberg

Student thesis: Professional degree, Advanced level


This essay is about how educators can support students who are in reading and writing difficulties and which factors are favorable for these students' language development. This essay will also include educators' knowledge and competence and how important it is for students' learning and development. The purpose is to find out what previous research considers to be beneficial for students with reading and writing difficulties and how to create successful teaching for these students. Next, we want to find out if the theory and methods and working methods that previous research considers to be success factors in reading and writing teaching are actually used in today's Swedish schools.’The research questions that are relevant to the purpose of the study are:
-What do educators think about how teaching should be designed for students who have reading and writing difficulties?
- What forms of knowledge and competences do educators need to be able to meet students who have reading and writing difficulties?
Our research indicates that the teacher is one of the most important factors behind students' reading and writing development, students' development and learning. They must possess the right skills and knowledge to be able to give the students the right form of support.
Date of Award2022-Dec
Original languageSwedish
SupervisorStefan Jacobsson (Supervisor), Joachim Liedtke (Assessor) & Petra Magnusson (Examiner)

Educational program

  • Grundlärarutbildning: förskoleklass och årskurs 1-3

University credits

  • 15 HE credits

Swedish Standard Keywords

  • Pedagogical Work (50304)


  • reading- and writing disabilities
  • scaffolding
  • support
  • competence
  • need
  • method
  • word procedure
  • adaptations

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