Changes in Reading Strategies in School-Age Children

  title={Changes in Reading Strategies in School-Age Children},
  author={Gretel Sanabria D{\'i}az and Mar{\'i}a del Rosario Torres and Jorge Iglesias and Raysil Mosquera and Vivian Reigosa and Elsa Santos and Agust{\'i}n Lage and Nancy Est{\'e}vez and Lı́dice Gal{\'a}n},
  journal={The Spanish journal of psychology},
  pages={441 - 453}
Learning to read is one of the most important cognitive milestones in the human social environment. One of the most accepted models explaining such process is the Double-Route Cascaded Model. It suggests the existence of two reading strategies: lexical and sublexical. In the Spanish language there are some contradictions about how these strategies are applied for reading. In addition, there are only a few studies dealing with the analysis of shifts between them, achieving a fluent reading… 
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