Reader-text Match: An Assessment Of Comprehension Levels Of English Language Texts Amongst
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Reader-text Match: An Assessment Of Comprehension Levels Of English Language Texts Amongst Senior Secondary School Students, Nasarawa State, Nigeria
This study investigated the reader-text match of comprehension levels of English Language texts amongst senior secondary school students in Nasarawa State, Nigeria. Five research questions and one null hypothesis were postulated to guide this study. The ex-post facto research design was used. Using a combination of the cluster sampling and simple random sampling techniques, five schools out of the 246 public secondary schools in Nasarawa State were selected. The sample consisted of 444 students in SS 1, 492 in SS 2 and 375 in SS 3. The readability levels of the texts were established by using the Flesch-Kincaid readability formula and the Lexile Framework while the reading levels oDownloadViews: 79

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