Can Reading Comprehension Be Taught?
by Daniel T. Willingham & Gail Lovette - September 26, 2014
In this commentary we suggest that reading comprehension strategy instruction does not actually improve general-purpose comprehension skills. Rather, this strategy represents a bag of tricks that are useful and worth teaching, but that that are quickly learned and require minimal practice.
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