Daily Reading Comprehension
Help your students learn how to understand, respond to, and enjoy what they read!
Daily Reading Comprehension presents students with direct instruction and practice on the comprehension strategies and skills they need to become strong and successful readers. 150 original fiction and nonfiction passages with comprehension items help you engage students in reading, thinking about, and responding to a variety of texts. Included with the reproducible pages are visual tools to help students apply reading skills and strategies to daily passages. And because activities are presented in an exam format, students practice important test-taking skills while they strengthen comprehension. You’ll love Daily Reading Comprehension because it…
- provides students with direct instruction and practice of reading skills and strategies. Grade 1 students practice skills such as phonics and sight words, while grade 2–8 students are presented with six reading strategies including asking questions and visualizing.
- has 150 original fiction and nonfiction passages. Each passage is crafted to support the reading strategy and skills students are practicing. In addition, the diversity of passages exposes students to a variety of fiction and nonfiction text genres.
- supports struggling and reluctant readers. Direct instruction of reading strategies provides struggling readers with specific ways to understand what they read.
- provides students with visual aid pages to help them apply reading skills and strategies to daily passages.
- integrates easily into any language program and any classroom. Each 10- to 15-minute lesson can be used in whole- or small-group instruction to reinforce reading skills taught in your core program.
- works great for test-prep. Lessons cover the major grade-level reading and comprehension skills students need to perform well on standardized reading assessments.
- is based on current research on reading instruction. Research proves that direct, explicit instruction on reading strategies improves students’ reading comprehension.
- is correlated to current standards.