Teaching comprehension strategies

Enhance your teaching with proven strategies to help students develop strong comprehension skills. Discover practical techniques and resources to engage students and improve their understanding of texts.
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Dec 24, 2019 - These Parts Of Speech Anchor Charts Are Perfect For 3Rd Or 4Th Grade Students Interactive Notebooks. They Are Student Friendly And Ready To Print

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Wendy Davis
Teaching Reading Comprehension, Reading Comprehension Skills, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension Activities, Teaching Reading, Reading Intervention, Improve Reading Comprehension, Teaching Comprehension, Reading Skills

Do you have a student (or several students) who struggle with poor reading comprehension? In this post, I share the step-by-step process that I use to improve my students’ reading comprehension! I wrote this post primarily for Kindergarten through 3rd grade teachers. However, if you are a Kindergarten teacher, some of these ideas may not apply to you (although some may). At the end, I’ll address Kindergarten separately. 🙂 Photo Credit: KK Tan, Shutterstock Gather More Information First, if…

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Angela Izaguirre
A great resource to explicitly teach comprehension strategies It’s a great warm up or ending activity for guided reading! Includes 8 comprehension strategies! beanie baby strategies, comprehension, first grade, second grade, reading, reading instruction, guided reading, task cards, intervention, reading intervention, craft boxes, task boxes, retelling, making predictions, inferencing, context clues, main idea details, details, asking questions during reading, visualization, inference Reading Comprehension, Task Cards, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension Skills, First Grade Reading Comprehension, Teaching Reading Comprehension, Reading Task Cards, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension Lessons

A great resource to explicitly teach comprehension strategies It’s a great warm up or ending activity for guided reading! Includes 8 comprehension strategies! beanie baby strategies, comprehension, first grade, second grade, reading, reading instruction, guided reading, task cards, intervention, reading intervention, craft boxes, task boxes, retelling, making predictions, inferencing, context clues, main idea details, details, asking questions during reading, visualization, inference

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Tania Germino
Reading, Reading Comprehension Skills, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension Questions, Reading Comprehension Test, Improve Reading Comprehension, Reading Comprehension Activities, Reading Strategies, Comprehension Strategies

Are your students active readers? Active reading is the process of thinking and reflecting about a text while you are reading. For many students, it's a natural process, but for most students, it needs to be taught explicitly. Struggling readers have an especially hard time with active reading. Often students who struggle with decoding have difficulty with active reading, as their mental energy is dedicated to recognizing word patterns and figuring out what each word says. Once their focus…

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Valerie S.
Reading Comprehension, Close Reading, Organisation, Leadership, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Improve Reading Comprehension, Reading Intervention, Reading Comprehension Activities, Reading Strategies

As much as I love to read, sometimes I dreaded teaching reading. I was reading by four and everything in language arts came easily to me – it just clicked. When I had students that didn’t improve their reading with my strategies, I didn’t understand why. Now that I am working with my son, I […]

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Edwin Nzomo