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Wendy Windust

Promoting Student Self-Assessment - ReadWriteThink - 1 views

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    "Strategy Guide
    Promoting Student Self-Assessment"
Wendy Windust

AdLit.org: Adolescent Literacy - Explicit Comprehension Strategy Instruction - 1 views

  • Explicit Comprehension Strategy Instruction

    (2008)

    Use explicit strategy instruction to make visible the invisible comprehension strategies that good readers use to understand text. Support students until they can use the strategies independently. Recycle and re-teach strategies throughout the year.

    Planning for explicit strategy instruction

    After you have chosen a strategy to teach, think about how the strategy works. Collect several passages from reading materials that you are using in your classroom. Assess the passages for opportunities to model the comprehension strategy. Put these passages on an overhead transparency or slide. Prepare to introduce the strategy, including a description of the strategy, why it

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    "Explicit Comprehension Strategy Instruction
    By: National Institute for Literacy (2008)

    Use explicit strategy instruction to make visible the invisible comprehension strategies that good readers use to understand text. Support students until they can use the strategies independently. Recycle and re-teach strategies throughout the year. "
Wendy Windust

Learning Point Associates: Adolescent Literacy - 0 views

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    Adolescent literacy has, for many years, been a forgotten area as educators have focused their attention on early literacy, in particular, Grades K-3. However, in the last few years adolescent literacy has gained more attention as policy makers and educators realize that literacy is a critical issue even as students transition into the middle and high school settings.
Wendy Windust

Adolescent Literacy Instruction: Reading Strategies Listing - 0 views

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    Great site with tons of reading strategies
Wendy Windust

ReadKiddoRead.com - 0 views

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    When best-selling author James Patterson noticed a few years ago that his 10-year-old son was losing interest in reading, he decided to do something about it. First he started writing books for young readers. Just recently, he launched a new website, ReadKiddoRead.com devoted to helping youngsters develop a love of reading.
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