What are the specific reading strategies that students can learn?
Readorium teaches research-based strategies that help readers make sense of text. Some of these strategies include: making connections, inferring, visualizing, questioning, determining importance, synthesizing, and monitoring for meaning. Students also learn how nonfiction text is organized and about the special print and graphic features nonfiction authors use to help readers understand what is written.
- What is Readorium and who is it for?
- Is Readorium effective? Does it help students become better readers?
- What are the specific reading strategies that students can learn?
- How does Readorium motivate students to read?
- What can my child do if he or she finds the vocabulary difficult?
- What happens if my child makes progress quickly?
- My son reads well-below grade level. If the text is about grade level concepts, won’t it be too difficult for him?
- How will I know how my students are doing in Readorium?
- How can I help keep my students motivated?
- How can I test Readorium?
- How can I purchase Readorium?
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