Comprehension Shouldn't Be Silent: From Strategy Instruction to Student Independence
International Reading Association, Sep 6, 2007 - Education - 248 pages
Use the teaching ideas in this rich resource to improve your students’ reading comprehension. By nurturing meaningful talk about reading and learning, you can monitor and support students’ metacognitive use of strategies such as predicting, making connections, questioning, visualizing, and summarizing. A comprehensive breakdown of the components of each strategy helps you support learners from the introduction of a strategy to students’ independent use of it.
In these pages, you’ll learn how to
Throughout each chapter you’ll read classroom transcripts as well as student samples and quotes that show the deep learning that occurs. Strategy chapters present numerous activities, and the appendixes contain a matrix that shows what activities can be used to teach each strategy, as well as numerous reproducible forms and graphic organizers.
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