Why Listening Comprehension Is Essential to Reading Fluency


Tales2Go200x300Learning how to decode words is only one step in the journey toward reading fluency. Students also need a solid foundation in language comprehension—that is, they have to know what the words mean when strung together. In this white paper, you’ll learn why the best way for students to develop this knowledge is by hearing words spoken aloud in context—and why audio books offer the perfect solution.

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