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How can I help older students improve in reading comprehension?
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There are a number of approaches to helping students organize their thinking and get the most out of textbooks. Some of the strategies, such as the SQ4R process, are useful in upper elementary, middle, high school, and college levels.

You may find the following articles of interest:

Finally, the Learning Strategies Database at Muskingum College’s Center for Advancement of Learning (CAL) has an excellent website. It has an extremely comprehensive listing of reading comprehension strategies applicable to both secondary and postsecondary instruction. You can also find an excellent library of comprehension articles on our sister site, AdLit.org.

source: http://www.ldonline.org/

by Diamond (62,446 points)

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