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use strategies with explicit modelling, thinking aloud instructional strategies and a high level of scaffolding, as well as when to use them in certain learning contexts. Teaching students to utilize strategies during reading has been the focus of many studies and it has been found to affect both reading performance and strategy use of poor readers in a positive way (Anderson, 1992; Collins, 1991; Palincsar & Brown, 1987).

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