Today’s question for the Q: Skills for Success authors: How can I help my students understand words in a reading passage?
Scott Roy Douglas responds.
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Thanks a lot for the informative video. Dictionary dependence is one of things that really gets in the way of students learning to trust in themselves and their own ability to discern meaning from context.
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