The Effects of Two Research Based Strategies on Third and Fourth Grade Students' Fluency and Comprehension
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A child's ability to read well is a major concern for educators and parents. Reading does not simply mean looking at and then saying the printed word, but encompasses comprehension of the written word and reading easily or reading fluently. Fluent readers are able to decode the print they read and fluency, in turn, aids comprehension.
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