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The ability to create meaning with print.

Here are some strategies that focus on comprehension. Learn more about each strategy and how to use it below.


Helps reader slow down the reading process by paraphrasing what they have read. 

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Helps reader(s) assess what they already know and what they want to know before reading. 

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Helps reader use the meaning of a sentence to fill in the blank. 

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Helps reader actively engage with a text by guessing what happens next. 

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Repeated Reading

Helps reader become more familiar with words and phrases in the selected material. 

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Helps reader read between the lines of text.

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Language Experience Approach

Helps reader focus on understanding by reading a familiar text.

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Think Aloud

Helps reader put their thoughts into words while reading.

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