Everyone gets stuck once-in-a-while when reading something new or complicated.  What matters is how you work to resolve difficulties in reading comprehension.  Readers who take a metacognitive approach to reading difficulties ultimately understand more and can do more with their reading.  Here are two tools from Schoenbach, Greenleaf, and Murphy’s Reading Apprenticeship approach that can help students know what to do when they get stuck.

Use these strategies when words are the source of your challenge.

Use these strategies when words are the source of your challenge.

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Use these stems to help you read actively and work through challenging readings

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