2nd Grade MCP Comprehension
Being able to understand written text goes far beyond deciphering words. Your child must be able to comprehend the information he or she reads to be considered a fully competent reader. Of course, comprehension is a skill that takes time and practice to master, which is why including the subject in your homeschool program is a wise idea.
Fortunately, you can improve your child’s comprehension skills by using Modern Curriculum Press (MCP) Comprehension Plus. This curriculum for homeschooling was designed to enhance your child’s English/language arts education, giving him or her the tools he or she needs to develop as a reader. You can use MCP Comprehension Plus in conjunction with your child’s other English/language arts homeschool programs, such as Reading Street. By doing so, you’ll be giving your child access to a complete English/language arts education.
MCP Comprehension Plus was designed for children at the elementary school level. Grade 2 is geared toward introductory learners. It will give your child the foundational comprehension skills he or she needs to form new and more advanced abilities. By the time your child completes MCP Comprehension Plus: Grade 2, he or she will be able to:
Read books as a means to glean information while researching. Read and comprehend books with multiple chapters. Discover the answers to fundamental questions (i.e., the who, what, where, when, why and how of the text) while reading. Connect events in a text and between texts by comprehending the story. Compare and contrast two of the same stories told by different writers (such as “Cinderella”). By using MCP Comprehension Plus: Grade 2, you’ll be able to craft lesson plans that achieve these and other goals. The materials in this homeschool program will help you along the way, ensuring that you have all the tools you need to create a successful learning experience. For more information about the specific items included in MCP Comprehension Plus: Grade 2, visit the Features and Benefits page.der Today!