September 13, 2016

You know students need to read closely to meet college and career readiness benchmarks. But how do you get them to decode the text? Outlined here are steps you can take right now to build students’ close-reading skills.

4 tips for teaching close reading

Imagine your students happily engaged in nonfiction articles they love. Students are investigating the text like detectives searching for clues. See more insights on reading practice and watch a quick demo to see how Renaissance Accelerated Reader 360® makes close reading fun for students.

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