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STRATEGIES THAT WORK TEACHING COMPREHENSION
by HARVEY, STEPHANIE
describes strategies teachers can use to promote reading comprehension in students from kindergarten through eighth grade; and includes examples of student work, illustrations, and other reference tools.

includes bibliographical references (p. 313-332) and index.;reading is thinking -- reading is strategic -- effective comprehension instruction: teaching, tone and assessment -- tools for active literacy: the nuts and bolts of comprehension instruction -- text matters: choice makes a difference -- monitoring comprehension: the inner conversation -- activating and connecting to background knowledge: a bridge from the new to the known -- questioning: the strategy that propels readers forward -- visualizing and inferring: making what's implicit explicit -- determining importance in text: the nonfi

ction connection -- summarizing and synthesizing information: the evolution of thought -- content literacy: reading for understanding in social studies and science -- topic studies: a framework for research and exploration -- reading to understand textbooks -- the genre of test reading.
Condition
New
Interest Level
Professional
Publisher
STENHOUSE PUBLISHER
Copyright
2007
Catalog ID
2089938
ISBN-10
157110481X
ISBN-13
9781571104816
Language
English
 


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