Finding ways to foster a love of reading and writing can feel overwhelming when you've got struggling readers and writers. Help your students develop their ELA skills through meaningful language arts activities designed to build word decoding, fluency, reading comprehension, and writing strategies. Learn ways to differentiate and assess to ensure all students are on-track to master essential language arts standards. You'll find resources & strategies for building skills and confidence with struggling and reluctant learners.
Are you looking for a quick win when it comes to teaching reading and writing skills to your struggling learners? Check out these ready-to-implement ideas that are designed to be used immediately for building reading, writing, and language skills.
Finding high-quality, engaging language arts resources can be a challenge. Select your grade level to see reading and writing resources designed with struggling learners in mind.
Looking for more strategies and ideas for teaching reading and writing skills in your language arts classroom? Here are some additional posts to help you teach language arts to your struggling learners. You'll find hands-on, engaging lessons, intervention tools and techniques, and ways to help struggling learners grasp challenging language concepts.
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Using photos instead of text can level the playing field for struggling readers. This format focuses on using pictures to practice comprehension skills to build confidence and competence without decoding interfering. Download a sample set to try it out now.
Hey! I’m Rebecca. I’m a 15+ year veteran of education including teaching special education, general education, and coaching teachers working with struggling learners.
In addition to being trained as a school psychologist, I’m also a mom to three amazing kiddos, including two with special needs.
Differentiated Teaching, formerly The Third Wheel Teacher, was developed as a way to help me deal with the overwhelm I felt in my own classroom.
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