A SYNTHESIS OF CONTENT ENHANCEMENT STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING STUDENTS WITH READING DIFFICULTIES AT THE MIDDLE AND SECONDARY LEVEL

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Description: A review of the literature identifies content enhancement strategies used by general education and special education teachers, who collaborate and co-teach in science and social studies, for improving reading comprehension skills. This paper provides general and special education teachers at the middle school and secondary level with numerous content enhancement strategies for effectively teaching science and social studies to students with learning problems, who have difficulty with reading comprehension. Specifically, the content enhancement strategies reviewed in this paper assist students in organizing the information presented while becoming actively involved in the learning process, storing the new information in their memory, retrieving the necessary information when needed, and generalizing the components in other content areas. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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