Group-reading instruction is tested at two Denver schools

04/20/2011 | Denver Post, The

At two Denver middle schools, students are working in groups as part of a new technique in reading instruction called collaborative strategic reading. The students are each assigned a task in the group that addresses different aspects of reading comprehension. The method -- expected to expand to other Denver middle schools -- is seen as particularly beneficial for students who are English-language learners or who have learning disabilities, but it has been shown to be effective with all students.

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