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reply Amanda Wallace
Wed Jun 10, 2015 16:59

I thought this was very interesting as well. I learned for the first time that *silent* reading comprehension is the goal. In schools we encourage students to read out loud all the time, younger students have to read to their parents every night, older students have to read aloud in class etc. I was very shocked when I heard this in the lecture. The different components that were discussed were also very helpful, especially helpful with identifying a area of need.

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