Strategies for Reading

As You Probably Know...

A learning disability in reading is a disability that inhibits a person's ability to either perceive, interpret, organize, or link verbal information. One common reading disability is dyslexia.

Students with reading disabilities will need strategies to help them work around their challenges. As you learned in the last unit, teachers can identify good strategies by evaluating their Content, Design, and Usefulness. Strategies can then be integrated using the Strategy Integration Model, following the important instructional priciples you read about in unit 2.

Essential Questions

This unit will help you further explore and address questions such as these:


By the end of this unit, you should be able to: