Reading comprehension involves an intricate interaction between the reader and attention to the text. Teachers should employ reading strategies to increase comprehension skills required by adolescent students to address the increase in use of informational text and text complexity as stipulated in the newly adopted Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Four advanced reading comprehension strategies that teachers can use to help their students navigate the increase in higher level comprehension skills stipulated by the CCSS are presented here. Also, presented are a justification for why to use the strategy, information on how to use the strategy, research that supports the strategy, an example, and helpful websites to reference for templates and further information. The last strategy of the four can be amended and used as an evaluation tool for any strategy.
Beckers, Gerlinde and Wadlington, Elizabeth M.
"4 Advanced Comprehension Strategies to use with Adolescent Readers,"
Journal of Contemporary Research in Education: Vol. 7
, Article 3.
Available at: https://egrove.olemiss.edu/jcre/vol7/iss1/3