This booklet is a collection of reading strategies. When teaching reading, strategies are a must. When asked by an administrator, “What are you teaching?” or “What will the students be learning?”, these strategies are the way to go. These strategies can be used with daily lessons, observation or even interactive notebooks.
This resource is a wonderful tool for seasoned teachers and especially new teachers. Sometimes you just need a place to start. These reading strategies will do just that. They will provide a clear understanding of what reading comprehension skills are.
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