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Understanding Oral Reading Fluency Among Adults with Low Literacy: Dominance Analysis of Contributing Component Skills

Mellard, D.F., Anthony, J.L., & Woods, K.L. (2012). Understanding oral reading fluency among adults with low literacy: Dominance analysis of contributing component skills. Reading and Writing, 25(6), 1345-1364.

Topic: Adult Literacy
Subcategory: Research
Summary: This study found word reading efficiency to be the best predictor of oral reading fluency with vocabulary and auditory working memory emerging as important predictors when text difficulty varied based on readers’ comprehension levels.

 

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