Please forward this error screen to sharedip-1601539665. Comprehension is the understanding and interpretation of what is read. One big part of comprehension selection of games for young children having a sufficient vocabulary, or knowing the meanings of enough words. Thus comprehension involves combining reading with thinking and reasoning.
What the problem looks like A kid’s perspective: What this feels like to me Children will usually express their frustration and difficulties in a general way, with statements like “I hate reading! It takes me so long to read something. It’s hard to follow along with everything going on. I didn’t really get what that book was about. Why did that character do that?
I’m not sure what the most important parts of the book were. I couldn’t really create an image in my head of what was going on. Click here to find out what kids can do to help themselves. She’s not able to summarize a passage or a book. He might be able to tell you what happened in a story, but can’t explain why events went the way they did. She can’t explain what a character’s thoughts or feelings might have been.
He doesn’t link events in a book to similar events from another book or from real life. Click here to find out what parents can do to help a child at home. She can tell the outcome of a story, but cannot explain why things turned out that way. He does not go behind what is presented in a book to think about what might happen next or why characters took the action they did. She brings up irrelevant information when trying to relate a passage to something in her own life.