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Applegate, M. D., Applegate, A. J., & Modla, V. B. (2009). “She’s my best reader; she just can’t comprehend”: Studying the relationship between fluency and comprehension. The Reading Teacher, 62(6), 512–521.
Pellitteri, J., Dealy, M., Fasano, C., & Kugler, J. (2006). Emotionally intelligent interventions for students with reading disabilities. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 22(2), 155–171. doi:10.1080/10573560500242259
Pitcher, S. M., Albright, L. K., DeLaney, C. J., Walker, N. T., Seunarinesingh, K., Mogge, S., et al. (2007). Assessing adolescents’ motivation to read. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 50(5), 378–396.
Roberts, G., Torgensen, J. K., Boardman, A., & Scammacca, N. (2008). Evidence-based strategies for reading instruction of older students with learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 23(2), 63–69.
Therrien, W. J., Gormley, S., & Kubina, R. M. (2006). Boosting fluency and comprehension to improve reading achievement. Teaching Exceptional Children, 38(3), 22–26.
Walsh, M. (2008). Worlds have collided and modes have merged: Classroom evidence of changed literacy practices. Literacy, 42(2), 101–108. doi:10.1111/j.1741-4369.2008.00495.x
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