Reading comprehension is the ability to understand, analyze, and remember what has been read. It is an important part of literacy development and involves a person’s ability to draw inferences from text, as well as make connections between different parts of the text.
Reading comprehension not only encourages readers to go beyond surface-level understanding but also helps them develop critical thinking skills. Good reading comprehension results in better engagement with texts which increases the chance for deeper understanding and retention of content.
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