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Learning to read is a complex process made up of five key components, which means teaching reading essentials is also a complex task.
Reading comprehension is a vital aspect of teaching reading. A student’s ability to understand and interpret the meaning of written text is essential for academic success as well as personal and professional development.
It’s hard to believe it’s already time for educators and district leaders to begin planning for the summer months ahead.
Reading comprehension is the idea of understanding what you are reading. It relies on two interconnected abilities: word reading and language comprehension.
Start with reading interventions by deciding whether a student needs push-in services or pull-out interventions. Read on to learn the differences.
Letter recognition is one of the necessary pre-reading skills essential for successful reading. This skill involves a child being able to eventually recognize all letters of the alphabet with autonomy and ease. Within letter recognition, students should be able to identify the letters’ names, sounds, characteristics, and formation (both uppercase and lowercase).