Article: Rethinking How to Promote Reading Comprehension



“The relationship between knowledge and reading comprehension is reciprocal in nature. Not only does knowledge improve comprehension, but comprehension allows the reader to build new knowledge.”

This article explores how background knowledge is essential in reading comprehension, acting as the foundation for understanding. It emphasizes how background knowledge helps organize new information, directs our interpretation of texts, and allows us to derive meaning from them.


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