HOW TO IMPROVE STUDENT READING
LEVELS
Community Education Partners
INTRODUCTION
 Working as a direct contractor with school districts across
the United States, Community Education Partners...
IMPROVE STUDENT READING LEVELS
 To improve reading comprehension, should
students not only read more in school but also
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How to Improve Student Reading Levels

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Working as a direct contractor with school districts across the United States, Community Education Partners focuses on students who have violated the school district codes of conduct or exhibited disruptive behavior. Using a variety of instructional techniques, Community Education Partners helps students increase their reading levels and ultimately graduate with a high school diploma.

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How to Improve Student Reading Levels

  1. 1. HOW TO IMPROVE STUDENT READING LEVELS Community Education Partners
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Working as a direct contractor with school districts across the United States, Community Education Partners focuses on students who have violated the school district codes of conduct or exhibited disruptive behavior. Using a variety of instructional techniques, Community Education Partners helps students increase their reading levels and ultimately graduate with a high school diploma. To help students improve their reading level, teachers employ a number of strategies. One of the simplest strategies involves reading more, which allows students to become more comfortable with reading and incorporate it into their daily activities.
  3. 3. IMPROVE STUDENT READING LEVELS  To improve reading comprehension, should students not only read more in school but also begin reading in their free time outside the classroom. Many students benefit from hearing others read out loud, which exposes them to traits of strong readers and helps them focus on vocabulary and sentence structure. In the same vein, students often improve as readers when they talk openly about their reading skills and ask questions about confusing elements in their books.

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