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Analysing the relationship between reading fluency and reading competence in Secondary Education

  title={Analysing the relationship between reading fluency and reading competence in Secondary Education},
  author={Cristina Mayor-Ruiz},
An adequate level of reading competence is essential to exercise fundamental rights in the hyperconnected information society of the 21st century. Reading fluency is one of the components that influences reading comprehension. This article explores the relationship between reading fluency and reading competence, and it also provides a reliable instrument for measuring it at the secondary level. The investigation is descriptive-correlational. The sample consisted of 382 Secondary School students… 


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