One way to assess students after they have read something is to ask questions for comprehension.
This is not the only way to assess reading comprehension. Provide two examples of strategies to
effectively assess students’ comprehension of reading.
While asking questions to students after reading is an excellent strategy to assess students’
comprehension, there are many other strategies that can be used. One such strategy is through
dramatic interpretations. Through the use of drama and role-playing, students are given the
opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of a text while learning crucial oral communication
skills (Hipsky, S., 2011). This strategy is a fun way for students to remember parts and details of the
text, while the teacher observes and assesses students’ comprehension. This approach creates a less-
pressure environment for students (as opposed to a formal test), helping to promote student
performance. Another strategy that can be used to assess students’ reading comprehension is using