Reading comprehension is the ultimate goal of teaching students how to read. Here is a good image of a reading comprehension checklist of most, if not all, of the strategies taught in the primary grades.
Of course, we want them to love to read – but they only will if they are understanding what it is they are reading!
Reading Comprehension Strategies
A list that includes schema, questioning, author’s purpose, main topic, sequencing, cause and effect, summarizing, re-reading and more. These strategies help students better comprehend what they are reading.
It’s key to teach, model and repeat them often and draw positive attention to when students try them. You’ll find a free sequencing printable graphic organizer so students can begin to understand the concept before applying it to a book they’re reading.