What the Science of Reading Says About Developing Proficient Readers
Science of reading research shows that for children to become successful readers, they must develop skills to both decode and comprehend text. By third grade, when students are expected to read to learn, they will be challenged to absorb and understand increasingly complex content. For students to be able to tackle these literacy challenges, they need not only decoding skills but also comprehension skills that are developed from the beginning of learning to read.
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