[ ɹˈiːdəbə͡lnəs], [ ɹˈiːdəbəlnəs], [ ɹ_ˈiː_d_ə_b_əl_n_ə_s]
Related words: readability score, readability of text, readability metrics, readability of books, readability software, readability statistics, readability and comprehension, readability quotient, readability journals, readability test
How to use "Readableness" in context?
When we think of readableness, what do we typically think of? For many, readableness may conjure up images of children reading fluently, without making mistakes. However, readableness is more than just being able to read fluently. It also encompasses being able to read accurately and with comprehension, being able to understand what you read, and being able to use what you read to learn.
One of the ways to measure readableness is to have students read aloud from a text. The critical frame of reference for assessingreadaloud quality is the listener.
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