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Peer Tutoring in Reading Comprehension Guide

Peer Tutoring in Reading Comprehension Guide

Reading and literacy are content areas in which peer tutoring strategies are commonly employed. A properly administered peer tutoring strategy can make a significant impact in the learning outcomes of participating students.

Our recently added resource library listing does an effective job of explaining some peer tutoring models that are appropriate for practicing reading and comprehension skills, hence the spotlight on Peer Tutoring in Reading Comprehension: The Importance of a Program in Your Elementary School – a document from the website of Oakland ...

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Introduction to the Common Peer Tutoring Models Used in K-12

Introduction to the Common Peer Tutoring Models Used in K-12

What is Peer Tutoring?

A research-supported instructional strategy in which students work together, usually in pairs for the purpose of practicing and mastering academic skills or concepts. Peer tutoring is a broad term for a variety of tutoring situations that occur among students of same or different ages.

Same-age Peer Tutoring

In this model, tutoring occurs between students of the same age or grade level. Peer tutoring can be conducted among students within the same classroom as well as students from different classrooms.

Cross-age ...

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Cross-Age Tutoring Lesson Plans

Cross-Age Tutoring Lesson Plans

 

The latest listing in the peer tutoring resource library is a comprehensive cross-age tutoring curriculum guide by the Utah State Office of Education (USOE).

This guide is used in the cross-age reading tutorial program developed by the USOE for elementary grade students. The program was developed to give students who are reading below grade level additional reading practice. The tutor-tutee pairs in the program are at least two grades apart. The cross-age tutoring manual created for ...

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