Comprehension Strategies for Your K-6 Literacy Classroom: Thinking Before, During, and After Reading
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Teaching comprehension and insuring that students think about what they read can be a challenging task for educators. In reader-friendly terms, Comprehension Strategies for Your K–6 Literacy Classroom illustrates how teachers can effectively use six critical comprehension strategies to enhance student understanding: activating schema, questioning, visualizing, inferring, determining important ideas, and synthesizing. [From the publisher]
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elementary education, reading comprehension, literacy, classroom learning, reading level, comprehension strategies
Education | Educational Methods | Elementary Education and Teaching
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Stebick, Divonna M., and Joy M. Dain. Comprehension Strategies for Your K-6 Literacy Classroom: Thinking Before, During, and After Reading (Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2007).
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