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Reading: Comprehension


Teaching Comprehension to Build Strong Readers
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Components of a successful program of comprehension instruction

Sleep better knowing your students will comprehend at higher and deeper levels! Participants will be introduced to a balanced approach to teaching literacy as well as a framework for understanding success and difficulty in reading. Six key comprehension strategies will be presented and practiced and the components of a successful program of comprehension instruction with the goal of developing effective readers will be discussed.


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Reading: Comprehension

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