The ability to read words is an important part of literacy. But a focus on comprehension strategies in the content areas is also critical for increasing understanding.

Download this free article and read how an active learning environment promotes literacy through the practice of collaborative instruction. When students are given opportunities to think critically for themselves, to ask questions and respond freely from their perspective and point of view, true learning happens.

You’ll also learn about engaging learning solutions—research projects, classroom TED talks, poetry and artistic expression, informational posters, letters to the editor—help students comprehend and remember what they read across all subjects.

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