The Level of English Oral Reading Fluency among Abot – Alam Secondary Learners

Jane Charity Abella Estrada


This study aimed at investigating the oral reading fluency level of the Abot – Alam learners in reading. This was alsoconducted to explore whether there is any significant difference in the learners’ English oral fluency based on theirprofiles such as age, gender, and their highest educational attainment. Eighteen Abot – Alam learners enrolled underthe Alternative Learning System (ALS) in Brgy. Tinago, Ozamiz City answered a questionnaire and a checklist; reada standardized oral paragraph as measuring instruments. Generally, the results showed that the participants haveinstructional level of fluency in reading grade –level English texts and that there was a moderate positive correlationbetween the learners’ English oral fluency and their age. However, there were no significant differences in their oralfluency level and their gender and year level.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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