The Only Reading Comprehension Tools You Need Are Right Under Your Nose
Fluent U: by Susan Verner
Less is more.
Simple is best.
Apply this wisdom to your English teaching, and you’ll have the recipe for success.
That’s because to teach reading comprehension effectively, you don’t need to look any further than your own classroom for three seriously valuable teaching tools.
Yes, you heard right—the key you’ve been searching for has been right under your nose!
And putting these simple tools to use, we’re sharing 12 phenomenal, tested-and-approved reading comprehension activities below that require nothing more than a few bare essentials: pencil, notebook, post-its. Let’s get started!
Reading for Comprehension: 3 Simple Tools That Are Right Under Your Nose
1. Writing in the Book
2. A Reading Notebook
3. Off the Page