How to Teach About Narrative & Expository Text in a Reading Comprehension Class?

Answer Narrative text is words-in-a-row that tell a story. It includes fiction and non-fiction, but excludes most poetry. Expository text tells a factual story. Newspapers, some magazines and text books a... Read More »

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How to Improve Reading Comprehension Using Expository Texts?

Students encounter expository texts in every class. Their math, science and social studies text books are all informational, or expository, texts. Strategies used when reading these texts help stud... Read More »

How to Teach Students to Read Expository Text?

Expository texts are informational books that are written with the aim of teaching or describing a subject, event or situation in an objective manner. Textbooks, informational magazines, reports an... Read More »

How to Teach Reading Comprehension?

Early readers need to learn more than the sounds of letters and that individual letters grouped together form words. As they learn to read simple books, they need to learn how to understand what is... Read More »

How to Teach First Grade Reading Comprehension?

Books become a large part of a child's life in the first grade. While much focus in the early elementary years is placed upon literacy, reading comprehension is also an important skill for first gr... Read More »