L'Allier, Susan K.
B.S.Ed. (Bachelor of Science in Education)
Department of Literacy and Elementary Education
The purpose of this research paper was to explore different types of comprehension reading strategies and their effectiveness in a classroom filled with diverse learners. Current research from educators and researchers in the field of literacy are compared and contrasted to the findings of this project. This paper also examines the specific strengths and weaknesses of each strategy with a variety of different learners. The academic, emotional, and social gains from teaching comprehension strategies is also exposed. This research paper can serve as a helpful guide for teachers to learn more about which reading strategies are effective for their classroom.
Myburgh, Susanna E., "Effective reading strategies for the diverse classroom" (2004). Honors Capstones. 447.
Northern Illinois University
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