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  1. Amberear

    Thanks very much for sharing this with us.
    Educators in our country, Peru, have been really worried about our students (from public schools) reaching the last position in an International Measurement of Comprehension skills in countries of the Pacific Rim.
    The question is if these students cannot understand what they read in Spanish, what happens when they read in English ( English is taught in public schools, two hours per week). To my surprise, I have noticed that students who are learning English have developed better comprehension skills and score better in Reading comprehension in English.

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