One common note in Reading Buddy folders is, “My student read the book well, but had difficulty answering the questions on the back of the book.” When students struggle to answer questions about a text it means they likely need more support with reading comprehension. Reading comprehension is a skill that students need to build over time in order to access the meaning in texts they read for school, pleasure, and eventually personal and work tasks. Here are some ideas to help build your students’ comprehension. Read the full tip here.
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