Adventures in



Supporting Reading Comprehension

Developed by the Technology & Learning Connections Team, a part of the Problem Solving/Response to Intervention Project.

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Reading is an adventure, an interactive exploration between the author and the reader. When we read we explore new ideas and new information, making connections with prior knowledge and creating new understandings.


This module focuses on strategies to support reading comprehension. Click on "Learn More" for instructions on how to complete this module.






The Florida Standards, including the Access Points and the Essential Understandings


Start with helping the student understand what is in their grade level standards.

Tools, Technologies, Scaffolds, and Resources to Support Struggling Readers


Help students focus on comprehension by providing scaffolding and learning tools.

Strategies to Help Students Connect With and Organize Information


Teach students strategies for developing an understanding of the content.

Classroom Implementation

Use the information from this module to complete the following activity with a student or group of students in your classroom. You will need to:

  1. Select a student or group of students to work with.
  2. Select a literature and an informational text standard to address.
  3. Teach the student or group of students how to use one or more tools and one or more comprehension strategies.
  4. Decide what text you will use for this implementation.


This document will guide you through the implementation activity.


You can use any text for this activity, though digital text is best. If you need digital text resources, the following are web-based texts and resources you can use as part of this implementation activity.


The implementation form includes a section on sharing what you have learned with other teachers and peers. This is an important part of this learning experience. We are strongest when we share with each other and learn from each other, so plan on sharing.



This resource was funded through the Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services with IDEA Part B dollars. The information and resources are provided as a free awareness service to the educational community and do not reflect any specific endorsement by any parties involved.

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