The purposes of this article are to explain the nature and kinds of prerequisites involved in learning critical reading skills and describe some classroom lessons and activities which can be employed to build these abilities with all kinds of students. Each lesson described will need some slight adaptation to fit the exact requirements of a given classroom and/or teacher.
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