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The Effect of Using KWL (Know, Want, Learned) Strategy on EFL Students' Reading Comprehension Achievement

  title={The Effect of Using KWL (Know, Want, Learned) Strategy on EFL Students' Reading Comprehension Achievement},
  author={Detti Lismayanti},
There is a fact that most of the Secondary School students are still low in comprehending reading texts. [] Key Result The effectiveness was indicated by the result of the Stepwise Regression formula that the contribution of KWL strategy on students’ reading comprehension achievement was 70.5%.

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