listed dives deeper into how to help students who struggle with reading comprehension. The five strategies are, target overall comprehension of language, teach vocabulary, teach thinking strategies, have students practice reciprocal teaching, and directly teach comprehension skills. Under each way listed there is an explanation of how each way is used in the classroom. Teachers can use this information if they are struggling to find ways to help their students. When the teacher is done reading there are other articles listed at the bottom where they can go to find more information. 9.Comprehension. (n.d.). Retrieved November 18, 2020, from This article focuses on comprehension as a whole. Read Naturally shares some of the same strategies listed above, but one thing that makes the article stand out is the fact that it gives the comprehension strategies for different kinds of text. For example Read Naturally offers the comprehension strategies for narrative text and expository text. This is great because it gives teachers a better idea of how to teach comprehension with those types of texts. Read Naturally itself is a great way to help students comprehension skills. 10. How to Help Older Students with Reading Comprehension. (2020, June 17). Retrieved November 18, 2020, from -to-help-older-students-with-reading-comprehension/It has been discussed how to help students struggling with reading comprehension, but this article provides a guide on how to help older students with reading comprehension. If students are not provided with a great foundation they are going to struggle as they get older. This article answers some key questions educators may have when figuring out how to help their older students. The most important question this article answers is, why some older students struggle with reading comprehension. Another part of this resource is that it provides comprehension strategies for older kids. This can be useful for highschool teachers that may be struggling in this area and need some guidance.