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Strategies to Motivate Adolescents with Word Reading Difficulties

February 08, 2021
Adolescent Black girl reading a book

The number one motivator for adolescents with word reading difficulties to engage in reading is success. Once a student begins to see that they can learn to read they’ll want to make more and more gains.  So, how do you help students find success quickly?

In part two of a conversation with Pivot Learning, Linda Diamond — author of the Teaching Reading Sourcebook — shares strategies she has found to be effective in engaging and motivating adolescents with word reading difficulties.

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