Building and expanding comprehension skills in your students calls for you as the instructor to find a way to tap into the inner-workings of your student's mind and excise information like prior knowledge, which readers use to make sense of reading material. Taking advice from seasoned instructors who have experience in this area will help you make better readers out of all of your students in spite of learning weakness or strength. Each article in this guide to comprehension skills discusses ways to relieve anxiety and confusion for readers and improve reading levels from lesson plans to games to specific teaching strategies to strength linguistic ability in young learners.
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