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Imagine That! Using Visualization to Improve Reading Comprehension

Have you ever seen a movie after reading the book and felt incongruence between the character on the screen and the one you had imagined? If so, take pride in your disappointment. It suggests that you have a strong ability to visualize, or create mental imagery as you read.

Visualization is a highly effective strategy to improve comprehension and retention of reading material. When your child learns to “see” the characters, setting, and actions within stories, they are more easily able to interpret and remember complex information. Through use of visualization, children become active in the reading process and can more effectively discuss and describe the text they’re reading.

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Erica MechlinskiImagine That! Using Visualization to Improve Reading Comprehension