The simple view of reading

@article{Hoover1990TheSV,
  title={The simple view of reading},
  author={Wesley A. Hoover and P. Gough},
  journal={Reading and Writing},
  year={1990},
  volume={2},
  pages={127-160}
}
A simple view of reading was outlined that consisted of two components, decoding and linguistic comprehension, both held to be necessary for skilled reading. Three predictions drawn from the simple view were assessed in a longitudinal sample of English-Spanish bilingual children in first through fourth grade. The results supported each prediction: (a) The linear combination of decoding and listening comprehension made substantial contributions toward explaining variation in reading… Expand
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