Getting ready for middle and high school reading
Middle- and high schoolers interpret, analyze, and discuss more-advanced texts. Here are the tools they'll need to succeed.
By GreatSchools Staff
How do you know if your children are on track?
In elementary school teachers focus on basic reading skills as students progress from learning to read to reading to learn. Starting in middle school, however, students must develop more-sophisticated skills such as reading for speed and comprehension as well as interpreting texts. But just when many kids reach the point where they need instruction in those areas, teachers may emphasize course content over reading skills.
How do you know if your children are on track? Our guidelines give you all the details you need to assess their aptitude.
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