Classroom Strategies for Interactive Learning

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International Reading Association, Nov 14, 2008 - Education - 232 pages
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Use this bestseller's strategies for scaffolding comprehension to help your students become proficient readers and purposeful thinkers.

Doug Buehl has completely revised his influential collection of literacy skill-builders to reflect today's understandings about reading comprehension. The focus on gradual release of responsibility, metacognition, and what happens before, during, and after reading will let your students to really own these strategies.

These user-friendly strategies can be adapted to a variety of ability levels. Along with a rationale for each one, you'll find a broad variety of content area classroom examples. Plus, the Strategy Indexes that accompany each strategy, with their descriptions of instructional focus and comprehension processes, will make your instructional planning easier.

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