Tips to Improve Reading Comprehension

Research shows that teaching each other, or peer teaching, is one of the most powerful ways to learn. After teaching for seven to ten minutes, give students one to three minutes to share with each other. Talking it out with a partner lets students correct misconceptions and reinforces the material by keeping it in working memory long enough to make an impact.

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12 Surefire Ways to Remember Vocabulary

Turn students into vocabulary word detectives! Change a few pictures on the word wall every day and offer prizes, like extra points or grab bag tickets, to the students who find the changes. Every day, they'll rush in to find what's changed and they'll be actively engaged with reviewing the words on a daily basis.

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