Reading is an active process that requires reflection and problem-solving. It is also a process where one is continually learning and improving with each and every book read.
One strategy that guides students in their journey to becoming successful, life-long readers is the comprehension strategy: Infer and support with evidence. Inferring is a mental process that helps readers make conclusions about the text. Since authors often provide clues instead of clear descriptions in their writing, giving children the skills necessary to make inferences is crucial to successful comprehension.
As always, support from parents aids in student success. Use this Parent Pipeline to give your parents ideas on how they can help their child.