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12. Developing and using comprehension strategies

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • Readers use comprehensions strategies in different combinations as they read. The key idea is that good readers deliberately select which strategies will serve their particular purpose for reading as well as help them meet the challenges of specific texts.
  • However, each strategy needs to be taught explicitly, which means focusing on them one at a time, and showing learners how they are used to support comprehension.
  • In the next section we will describe this more fully.


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