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Reading Strategies are the key to comprehension. Teaching students reading strategies and having them practice using reading strategies will help students comprehend what they read more effectively.
We’ve all heard of reading strategies, but maybe you are not sure how important teaching reading strategies is or you have questions such as… What are reading strategies? Why do we teach reading strategies? Are reading strategies important? Are certain reading strategies more important than others? How should you teach reading strategies?
Well, we are here to tell you that reading strategies are very important. Struggling readers need to be taught reading strategies explicitly in order to become better readers. All reading strategies are important to teach because depending on the type of text and difficulty of the text, readers will choose a strategy to match.
This resource is a toolkit for you to help your struggling readers. We have created a resource that solves all your problems and covers the Reading Strategies in a quick and effective way. Your students will be Reading Strategies experts and better readers with this resource. Give it a try!
Each of the following for Monitoring Comprehension, Making Connections, Questioning, Inferring, Synthesizing, Visualizing, and Determining Importance Reading Strategies:
These Reading Strategy Brochures are the perfect way to have your students practice the Reading Strategies and improve comprehension. These Reading Strategy Brochures can be used for early finishers, independent practice, small groups, and so much more.
They can be used with any picture book or chapter book and are an easy “print and go” activity.
Each Brochure Includes:
You will love these brochures because:
This Strategy Groups Resource is perfect if you have students who struggle in a certain area when reading, and you are looking for a simple, yet effective way to help these students improve.
Strategy Groups are small, flexible groups where students come together and work on a common reading comprehension struggle. Students bring their independent reading book and the teacher uses our fabulous Reading Strategy Booklets included to model the reading strategy and allow the students to practice. Then the teacher sends the students off with the Strategy Bookmark to practice the strategy until mastery.