Learn Reading Comprehension
A common topic for early learners and ESL learners, reading comprehension is critical to being truly fluent in English. Use the resources in this section to practice and refine comprehension skills. They cover a broad range of learning levels, so you can use the filters on the right to help you find ones appropriate for you or your student.
We have 15 resources for learning Reading Comprehension including educational Books, Online Classes, DVDs, and Websites, from providers such as School Specialty, Albert, American School, and Rock 'N Learn.
7th - High School | Book
Help students master analogy problem-solving Studying analogies helps students sharpen reasoning ability, develop critical thinking, understand relationships between words and ideas, learn new...
2nd - 4th | Book
Develop Comprehension and Reasoning Skills This four-book series helps students develop important comprehension and thinking skills at the earliest level. The books contain charmingly illustrated...
High School | Book, Online class
Understanding English 1 gives students an in-depth knowledge of how sentences are organized. Through this knowledge, students learn to recognize and use good sentences. The first half of the course...
1st - 6th | Book
Making Connections® is a direct, systematic, and highly interactive comprehension program that teaches students strategies to build their comprehension. The program employs a scaffolded...
Kindergarten - 3rd | Book
Introduce young students to sophisticated thinking skills as they learn to read As they solve and create analogies, students actively process information, make important connections, use...
9th - High School | Online class, Website
From making inferences to analyzing text structure, this scaffolded course teaches students fundamental reading skills using short passages. Topics: Analyzing and Citing Evidence Summarizing and...
2nd - 4th | DVD
Nobody's sharper than Marko the Pencil when it comes to helping students learn to read for meaning and prepare for tests. His tips are super effective and his outrageous antics keep students on...
2nd - High School | Book
Nonfiction reading passages with comprehension questions Each workbook in this series has reading selections covering social studies, science, literature, mathematics, philosophy, logic, language,...
3rd - 6th | Book
Help students improve their reading comprehension skills This series of 4 books is made up of reading selections, which are frequently revised and updated to maintain their high interest level....
3rd - 8th | Book
Building good reading comprehension, problem-solving, and analytical skills The Reasoning & Reading series is based on the belief that reasoning, language, and reading comprehension are...
4th - 8th | Book
Help students become independent thinkers and problem solvers This series of books is based on curriculum developed by teachers in the Ridgewood, New Jersey, Public Schools. Ridgewood students...
Pre-K - 2nd | Book
Promote reading for meaning in beginning readers Starting Comprehension is based on the assumption that children do not all learn to use phonetic, semantic, and syntactic reading cues in the same...
Kindergarten - 2nd | Book
A path to critical thinking Stepping Stones workbooks are designed to introduce students to critical thinking skills that they will use throughout their academic careers. The books in the Stepping...
4th - 8th | Book
Develop vocabulary and comprehension skills The Story of the U.S.A. is a series of workbooks that present basic topics in American history in language that is easy to read and to understand,...
4th - 8th | Book
Age-appropriate history that is simple to read The Story of Western Civilization is a series of 4 reading workbooks presenting specific segments of the history of Western civilization. The language...
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the best way to learn Reading Comprehension?
The best learning resource is the one that you will stick with. For some students, that means a resource that's fun and engaging like a mobile or PC game. For others it's a resource that lets them learn on their own time, like a mobile app or YouTube channel. For other students, it's a resource that emphasizes reinforcement, such as a workbook or set of printable worksheets. The best way to figure out what is right for you is to look at a wide range of resources, keeping your selection criteria in mind. Search our database of 15 resources for learning Reading Comprehension.
What should I consider when choosing a learning resource for Reading Comprehension?
Think about what is going to help you continue with the resource and actually complete it. Primary considerations should be:
- Time commitment - how much time can you spend with this resource per day/week?
- Portability - will you be studying at home or in other places, such as on the bus or after school?
- Reinforcement learning - does the resource offer reinforcement? Think about whether you'll want exercises or printable worksheets to help you practice what you learned.
- Price - does the resource require a monthly subscription? This may be fine for topics you can learn in a month or two, but it may be prohibitively expensive otherwise.
I have specific needs for learning Reading Comprehension. Where can I find learning materials to meet my needs?
Our advanced search page offers powerful filtering tools so you can find the right learning materials for you.