Popular Reading Comprehension Resources, Grades 9-12

Students in graduation gowns  Ensure that your high-school students have mastered reading comprehension. Our most popular printables, activities, and lessons on reading comprehension will complement your classroom instruction. From identifying story elements to comprehension questions, there are plenty of fun and educational resources to choose. Find tips on writing research papers, enrichment activities for books, rubrics for scoring assignments and essays, independent reading guides, glossary of literary terms, cross-curricular activities for social studies and science, and much more! No matter how skilled your students are at reading comprehension, there's always room for improvement. These resources will help your class prepare themselves for difficult high school and college courses.


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