What skills, knowledge, and attitudes are required for good reading comprehension

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1. I?m going to write some text to go with these slides, butit must necessarily be sketchy at this point. If you have any questions about any of the comments or slides, you can always e-mail me. I will either refer you to something to read, or try to write a more elaborated explanation.I?m going to write some text to go with these slides, butit must necessarily be sketchy at this point. If you have any questions about any of the comments or slides, you can always e-mail me. I will either refer you to something to read, or try to write a more elaborated explanation.

4. All this brings us to a consideration of the most important things that Reading First is designed to help schools accomplish. Here are three of the most important.All this brings us to a consideration of the most important things that Reading First is designed to help schools accomplish. Here are three of the most important.

5. What skills, knowledge, and attitudes are required for good reading comprehension?

19. Thiis is not the ?same old research? Here are some ways that it is different, and some reasons we can have confidence in it. Point 3. Many educators don?t realize that we have a lot more than just educational studies on how to teach reading. We have a whole new understanding of how children learn to read, and this basic scientific understanding of what children must know and be able to do to be good readers converges with the educational research to tell a very similar storyThiis is not the ?same old research? Here are some ways that it is different, and some reasons we can have confidence in it. Point 3. Many educators don?t realize that we have a lot more than just educational studies on how to teach reading. We have a whole new understanding of how children learn to read, and this basic scientific understanding of what children must know and be able to do to be good readers converges with the educational research to tell a very similar story

29. Children come to school very different from one another in the experience they have had that prepares them for learning to read

30. Development of Phonological Sensitivity Cross-sectional study comparing the performance of 250 children from higher income families to 170 children from lower income families. Children were between two- and five-years of age.

35. An Example of an Effective Interventention


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