COMPREHENSION is KEY - in EVERY SUBJECT AREA
There are several comprehension strategies that focus on a particular skill with all needing strategic practice in order to become a good reader.
Can you remember all the different ways to prompt readers, within all content areas, for all different needs? Likely not. This resource puts several activities and examples right at your fingertips! Simply cut the cards, punch a hole in the corners, and slip on a ring.
This BUNDLE includes 6 Strategies: Context Clues, Inferences, Prior knowledge, Rereading, Summarizing, and Think Aloud. Each with: several individual cards (once cut apart) detailing process, sentence stems to prompt readers and mentor texts with a brief summary and a read-aloud link.
Who: Elementary Level
What: Teaching Strategy/ies that allows students to hear the thought process of a good reader.
When: While reading or writing.
Where: Whole or small Group
Why: Improves comprehension because the reader monitors their own reading and thinks about what they are reading.
How: Color-coded teacher task cards