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Description

Middle school students are expected to read and comprehend upper-level text. You might be wondering whether there are things you can do at home to improve your child’s reading skills. Partner reading is an easy way to do just that by providing your child with more reading practice! Both English and Spanish versions are available.

Citation

Wexler, J., Swanson, E., Shelton, A., & Vaughn, S. (2017). How do I engage in partner reading with my child? Austin, TX: The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk.

Wexler, J., Swanson, E., Shelton, A., & Vaughn, S. (2017). ¿Cómo participo en lectura en pareja con mi hijo? Austin, TX: The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk.


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Related Project

Published Date

2017

Funding Source

U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs

Topic

3-Tier Model
Content Area Instruction
Dropout Prevention
Features of Effective Instruction
Literacy Instruction
Reading Instruction
Response to Intervention (RTI)
Special Education/Learning Disabilities

Type of Resource

Booklet/Guide

Audience

Administrators
Coach
General Education Classroom Teacher
Instructional Coaches
Parent
Preservice Teacher
School Administrator
Special Education Teacher
Tutor

Grade Level

Elementary
Middle School
High School