How to Teach Reading Skills: 10 Best Practices

 

Generally reading skill is not given much important and mostly it’s done either silently or in a boring way. Here are 10 exclusive tips through which teachers can generate interest in students.

Of course, people are reading, and we generally don’t hold conversations and read at the same time. And we teachers usually like quiet classrooms, seeing the quiet as indicative of learning taking place. This is true in many cases, of course, but there are some drawbacks to these quiet reading classes: they are not interactive, and it’s been shown that interaction between students and students and teacher leads to greater processing of the material and therefore more learning.

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– Jatin Kapadiya

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