Year of Publication
College of Education and Human Services
Master of Education (MEd)
It has been found that most at-risk students have a very low self-esteem, which contributes to the sense of failure these students feel about their academic life. This study explored the use of bibliotherapy with secondary students in an effort to raise their self-esteem to a level which would counteract the frustration these students feel as they continually find themselves in failing situations in school. Extensive review of available literature on the topics of self-esteem, motivation, at-risk students, and bibliotherapy resulted in the compilation of an annotated bibliography, complete with suggested uses for the works found therein, selected for the secondary student, with the understanding that at-risk students often function academically below grade level.
Short, Katrina Graham, "Positive Models in Literature for the At-Risk Student" (1991). UNF Theses and Dissertations. 27.