You receive a note from your student’s classroom teacher that says, “He needs to work on comprehension.”
Where do you begin as a parent, tutor, or interventionist?
Teaching and practicing comprehension with your students can be a daunting endeavor, since this is such a broad, never-ending component of reading.
What will you learn in this training?
In our course Comprehension: Eight Essential Strategies for Teaching and Learning, you will learn...
- how comprehension is connected to all other reading components
-how comprehension skills differ between fluent readers and struggling readers
-three levels of comprehension and how to help students improve in each of these
- eight critical research-based comprehension strategies, including self-monitoring and visualization
-innovative ways to help students improve skills in each strategy
You will also receive a Participants’ Packet that includes examples of anchor charts and templates that you can use right away with your students. This packet also includes several text passages that will help you practice several of the strategies that you will learn in this most informative class.
“I have never learned so much from one teacher! So many tools that will assist me in my classroom in the future."