Fluency parameters and types of errors in the reading of students with signs of reading and writing difficulties

CONCLUSION: The students with signs of reading and writing difficulties had worse reading fluency performance, and higher number of errors in all the grades studied. The correlations found evidenced the influence of the type of error on reading fluency, according to different patterns for each group.

from Revista de Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia

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