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Comprehension and Reading Strategies
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Activating prior knowledge
Cause and Effect
Compare and Contrast
Locating key words and phrases
Point of View
Setting a Purpose
Reading Response Activities
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Readers create original insights, perspectives and understandings by reflecting in texts and merging elements from text and existing schema.
I can put the pieces together and see them in a new way.
My reading grows and changes as I read.
Students create a commercial to ‘sell’ the book
Revisit, Reflect, Retell (p 50-51)
Students write in a conversational style, as if talking to someone who is interested in the book.
Revisit, Reflect, Retell (p 28-29)
Students select quotes from characters to show how realistic how they are.
Revisit, Reflect, Retell (p 57)
Have a Book Party
Students talk about books they have read.
Revisit, Reflect, Retell (p 58-68)
The student becomes an ‘expert’ on a character or content area. The other students ask questions to the student in the ‘hot seat.’
Revisit, Reflect, Retell (p 41)
Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies p 70
Point of View Chart
Students compile a list of factors that could influence a person's viewpoint, e.g. a gem gender, religion etc. They note different viewpoints of people in the text.
Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies p 146
Students draw an overview of the setting of the story.
Use a graphic organiser to show prior knowledge, new information and new understanding
Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies p 147
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