Too often “teaching” comprehension often involves students reading a text and answering a set of questions about it. It should be the other way around – to be a proficient reader, students need to ask questions. Here’s how to teach your students to ask questions.
Posts tagged "literacy"
Neale Pitches reflects on what he learned about closing education’s achievement gap over Thanksgiving.
Literacy is the ability to read, write, speak and listen in a way that allows you communicate effectively. While reading and writing is a huge part of being literate, it’s more than that – and it's important.
Oral language. Interpersonal speaking. Speeches. Whatever you call it, we want to help you get great writing and speaking from your students.