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Comprehension Killer and 8 Ways to Use Word Study

Word study kills reading comprehension. Plain and simple. But there are ways to use word study to save reading comprehension…and that’s what I’m going to show you. If you teach in upper elementary or middle school, you know you don’t have time for word study. You have to prepare for reading standards and standardized comprehension […]

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5 Reasons Your Students Need Daily Word Study

Word study is the teaching activity that can make or break reluctant readers and struggling learners. Have you ever used a dyslexia curriculum? Have you worked modules in a high-quality computer program? Great reading curricula integrate word study into the lessons daily. In this post, you will discover: 5 reasons why word study must occur […]

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