Result expectations are the belief about the probability of where you will succeed in a task. Pupils with high expectations of results are more committed and persevere at a lower level in order to achieve their goal.
Choosing a book is a difficult task for many students. For this reason, the example below has been published. Students in the first, but also in the following grades can use the step-by-step plan for selecting a youth book. First and foremost, they are asked whether the book appeals to the student (Nice cover? Nice title? Want to read it?). Then they ask the question to do the five-finger test (1. I read one page from the book 2. I count the difficult words on my fingers.). If a student has less than 5 fingers, it is recommended that you read the book. If you have more than 5 fingers, the student will choose a different book.
The step-by-step plan can be used for the first grade of primary education. Students with a starting reading level in the following degrees can also use the scheme.