Teaching reading comprehension explains how learners can be taught to understand what they read. Drawing on research into reading across a wide range of fields, the book examines the typical problems that learners face when engaging with written texts. The authors show how to help learners to acquire the skills necessary for reading comprehension and for reading to learn.
Teaching reading comprehension is a valuable resource that can be used by all stakeholders in education to improve the reading abilities of learners. It is suitable for all modules on language education within the BEd, PGCE, BEd (Honours), ACT and ADE programmes, and it will have particular value to Foundation, Intermediate and Senior Phase student teachers. Since the book focuses on how to incorporate comprehension instruction in all subjects across the curriculum, it is suitable for teachers of all subjects.
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