16 READING SKILLS THAT ALL STUDENTS NEED

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In K-12, we teach our students a lot of reading skills, in the hopes that this will mold them into literate adults. With that being said, which readings skills should teachers be teaching? Which reading skills do students need to become literate adults? We have the answer. The graphic below lists 16 reading skills that all students need.

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