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Effec tiveness of Corrective Feedback during Repeated Readings

  title={Effec tiveness of Corrective Feedback during Repeated Readings},
  author={L. N. Nienhuis},
Reading fluency is a critical component to the overall success of students’ ability to read. Repeated readings has been the most researched and successful approach to improving reading fluency. In this study, the role of corrective feedback during repeated readings was evaluated. All participants completed repeated readings three days a week. One group received corrective feedback during their readings and one group did not. Both groups showed improvement in their reading fluency and accuracy… 

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