Teacher: How to support reading comprehension

Teacher: How to support reading comprehension
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Teachers may begin to notice in the third grade that some students can decode language but struggle with reading comprehension, according to Nina Parrish, a special education teacher and tutor. In this blog post, Parrish shares five ways to support students who struggle with comprehension, such as by teaching vocabulary.

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