Teaching reading comprehension
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Reading Comprehension Strategies for Struggling Readers | Perfect for kids in kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd, grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and all through middle school, these reading comprehension activities and ideas will appeal to even the mos
Amy Bratsos saved to ELEMENTARY CREATIONS
Freebie! One of the keys to teaching reading comprehension is showing kids how proficient readers think about text. Teachers have to find a way to make their thinking visible. One way is with graphic organizers.
S Palmer saved to B/c I taught Reading
Utilize these fantastic reading comprehension resources to help your student develop this skill.
Dee Hodges saved to Interventionist
Have students who just can't remember what they have read? I have ten reading comprehension strategies to use right away to help them out!
Tramaine Jones saved to Reading Strategies
Reading comprehension passages for second grade. These animal, non-fiction passages are perfect to help develop understanding.
Danina Mullin saved to Small group lessons
How to make reading comprehension instruction engaging with ideas from the book DIsrupting Thinking by Kylene Beers and Robert Probst
Nancy Rezek saved to Education
Want to help your upper elementary students increase their reading comprehension? This post describes six key reading comprehension strategies to help you plan effective lessons focused on core reading skills. Fix-up strategies are also included to help students with comprehension difficulties. #3rdgradereadingcomprehension #4thgradereadingcomprehension #5thgradereadingcomprehension #upperelementaryreadingcomprehensionstrategies #upperelementaryreading
Guided reading questions for character, plot, making connections and reading strategies.
Time4Teaching saved to Literacy Ideas
Asking questions before, during, and after reading comes very naturally to skilled readers, but for struggling readers, this skill can be just the opposite. Asking questions of varying depths is arguably the most important reading
Apljuce Blue saved to Comprehension Skills