We’ve all heard of reading strategies, but maybe you are not sure how important teaching reading strategies is or you have questions such as…
What are reading strategies?
Why do we teach reading strategies?
Are reading strategies important?
Are certain reading strategies more important than others?
How should you teach reading strategies?
Reading strategies are very important. Reading strategies are what readers use when they are struggling to comprehend a text. Struggling readers need to be taught reading strategies explicitly in order to become better readers.
All reading strategies are important to teach because depending on the type of text and difficulty of the text, readers will choose a strategy to match. This resource is a toolkit for you to help your struggling readers.
We have created a resource that solves all your problems and covers the Reading Strategies in a quick and effective way. Your students will be Reading Strategies experts and better readers with this resource. Give it a try.
Each of the following for Monitoring Comprehension, Making Connections, Questioning, Inferring, Synthesizing, Visualizing, and Determining Importance Reading Strategies:
•Teacher Page with Tips and Explanation that provide you with the knowledge to take teaching Reading Strategies to the next level
•Teacher Notes that provide you with the definitions of each Reading Strategy
•Student Notes with the definitions and a way to practice each Reading Strategy. This is great for students to glue into their Interactive Notebooks for future reference! It is the perfect anchor chart for a mini-lesson for reader’s workshop.
•Teacher Directions for Interactive Notebook Activities
•Pictures of Sample Interactive Notebook Activities that provide your students with an artistic way to show their understanding of Reading Strategies.
•Reading Strategies Foldables that students can use to show their knowledge of reading strategies when reading any book
•Graphic Organizers that can be used with any text
•Sentence Frames that are a great way to provide students with an easy way to start writing about Reading Strategies
•Exit Tickets using Higher Level Questioning to help you assess students’ understanding of the Reading Strategies.
This Resource is for you if:
★ You want to help your struggling readers become better readers
★ You want all your students to comprehend what they are reading at a deeper level
★ You want your students to love reading
★ You want to be the best reading teacher that you can be
★ You want to take your teaching to the next level
A little about why we love to share our resources with other amazing teachers like you:
We fell in love with Reader’s Notebooks many years ago. Through researching best practices, learning from other Reading Gurus, a little trial and error, a tweak here and there, we designed a formula that we have used in our own classrooms for many years.
Our students love our lessons and activities, and we can say, without a doubt, that our students leave our classrooms with confidence and a deep level of understanding of Reading Strategies.
Your students can do the same, all you have to do is grab this resource, and then you will be equipped to make your students Reading Strategies Experts!
You can save money by grabbing the bundle:
Reading Strategies MEGA Bundle (Includes all Lessons & Practice, Strategy Brochures & Strategy Groups)
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