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      Strategies for Struggling Readers. Very helpful ideas for pinpointing what type of reader (especially intermediate) and what to do with them.

    • Amelia Duncan-Fagon

      18 Literacy Strategies to Help Struggling Readers. There is also a 50 pg. pdf file.

    • Sandra Howland

      Although "Strategies for Struggling Readers" seems to be aimed at the literacy teacher, the strategies for defining, summerizing, and comparing can be used to aid students to make authentic connections while participating in art criticism activities. No, as visual art teachers we are not literacy teachers. However, strategies are strategies and if they transfer from discipline to discipline- why not try them out.

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