A Study of How Repeated Reading Affects English Recitation Fluency in College Students

@inproceedings{Wang2011ASO,
  title={A Study of How Repeated Reading Affects English Recitation Fluency in College Students},
  author={Yu-Hui Wang and Tai-Tzong Kuo},
  year={2011}
}
The present study verified the effect and efficiency of repeated reading (RR) on oral reading fluency in the EFL environment of Taiwan. By promoting oral reading speed and automaticity, RR proved to be an effective technique to enhance oral reading and thus speaking fluency. Fifty-one freshman students from Tamkang University in Taiwan participated in this study. They had eight 30-minute instructions during the intervention period. SPSS 11.0 was adopted to do the quantitative analysis (paired… CONTINUE READING

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