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Leigh Newton

MyRead Guide - Three Stages Of Reading - 10 views

  • The Three Stages Of Reading strategy involves teaching students to delve into text. The Before Reading stage provides a scaffold for new concepts and vocabulary, promotes engagement and provides a means for prediction. The second stage, During Reading, allows students to integrate the knowledge and information they bring to the text with ‘new’ information in the text. The last stage, After Reading, allows students to articulate and process their understanding of what they have read and to think critically about the validity of the text.
  • Before Reading Stage
  • One of the purposes of Before Reading is to acknowledge the different experiences and background knowledge that students bring to a text, influencing how they will read and learn from a particular text. By knowing what students bring to a text the teacher can provide students with appropriate scaffolds to make links between what is already known and new information presented in a text.
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  • During Reading Stage
  • During this stage of the reading process students need structured means to integrate the knowledge and information they bring to the text with the ‘new or unknown’ within the text. They are processing the text and self-monitoring.
  • After Reading Stage
  • During the After Reading stage students articulate and process their understanding of what they have read and think critically about the validity of the text. Two tools that can be during this stage are Paired Reviews and Story Stars.
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    "The Three Stages Of Reading strategy involves teaching students to delve into text.
    The Before Reading stage provides a scaffold for new concepts and vocabulary, promotes engagement and provides a means for prediction.
    The second stage, During Reading, allows students to integrate the knowledge and information they bring to the text with 'new' information in the text.
    The last stage, After Reading, allows students to articulate and process their understanding of what they have read and to think critically about the validity of the text."
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