Four Reading Intervention Strategies

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In the linked article, the author explores four favorite reading intervention strategies when a child is struggling with fluency.  In reality, they are excellent best practices that are perfect for Tier 1:  great classroom instruction.

Reading comprehension and fluency strategies can be used both in small group and whole class on a regular, systematic basis.  

These four reading instructional strategies will give you a variety of ways to meet the needs of your students. They are: Repeated Reading, Assisted Reading, QAR: Questions-Answer Relationship, and, Visualizing the Text.

Like anything else, they only work if they are done consistently and the become part of your regular classroom routines.

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