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Looking for Evidence-Based Practice in Reading Comprehension Instruction

Ehren, B.J. (2005). Looking for evidence-based practice in reading comprehension instruction. Topics in Language Disorders, 25(4), 310-321.

Topic: Content EnhancementTopic: Learning Strategies
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: Reflecting on 25 years of research in reading comprehension for students with disabilities, the author reviews promising components of intervention for students with reading disabilities: background knowledge, understanding text structures, strategy use, monitoring and repair strategies, and packaging strategies; SIM learning strategies and content enhancement routines mentioned throughout.

 

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