Training program on developing reading skills in the english language among students with learning difficulties
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programa de formación electrónica; estudiantes con dificultades, dislexia, escuela primaria electronic training program; students with difficulties; dyslexia, primary school.

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Saleem Khasawneh , M. A. . (2021). Training program on developing reading skills in the english language among students with learning difficulties. Revista EDUCARE - UPEL-IPB - Segunda Nueva Etapa 2.0, 25(1), 84–101. https://doi.org/10.46498/reduipb.v25i1.1466

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Este estudio tenía como objetivo desarrollar un programa de formación electrónica para el desarrollo de habilidades de lectura entre los estudiantes con dificultades de lectura en inglés en la etapa primaria en la región de Aseer. El estudio utilizó la batería de evaluación de dificultades de lectura, la prueba de logro y el programa de capacitación en el desarrollo de habilidades de lectura. La muestra de estudio incluyó a (29) estudiantes de tercer y cuarto grado, que están estudiando en salas de recursos de estudiantes con dificultades de aprendizaje. El análisis ancova se utilizó para analizar los datos. Los resultados revelaron que lo experimental superó a los grupos de control en el desarrollo de habilidades de lectura. Los resultados también indicaron la ausencia de diferencias significativas entre los grupos experimentales y de control según el género. Por último, los resultados también revelaron la ausencia de diferencias significativas entre los dos grupos según la nota (tercero/cuarto).

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