Reading Comprehension is the ability to extract meaning from written words. Fluency and vocabulary play an important role in reading comprehension.
Developing comprehension skills can help with acquiring meaning from written words. Summarizing, inferencing, sequencing, comparing and contrasting, drawing conclusions, distinguishing between fact and opinion, relating background knowledge, and identifying the main idea, supporting details, and important facts are all important skills for comprehension. These skills are particularly important for comprehending informational text.
When reading narrative text (a story), identifying the setting, the main characters, the problem in the story, how the problem is solved is necessary for understanding and enjoying narrative text.
Our workbook series: English Reading Comprehension for the Spanish Speaker helps Spanish-speaking teens and adults develop these necessary skills for reading narrative and informational texts. The six book series provides the necessary practice students need to develop these essential skills.
Visit our website at www.Fisher-Hill.com to get more information about our literacy workbook series and other series that are excellent for Spanish-speaking teens and adults who want to learn how to read, write and speak English.