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I'm starting to really teach and practice comprehension skills. Based on our reading assessments (TRCs) at the beginning of the year I came up with this worksheet to aide in recalling details. I had m
It's no secret that there aren't enough hours in the day for us to read! I have a to be read list a mile long and I add to it faster than I read books on it. Anyone else?! This year I wanted to create a visual reading log for my students and the idea stemmed from my summer reading log. I had a few friends comment on how cool it was and then I decided--duh! this is the reading log for me! It really turns into a work of art and I'm already dreaming of the end of year reading logs...what a way…
Sofi Noriega saved to Maestra 2022
This is a quick beginner reading comprehension about Sam and his family. The students read the short text and answer YES or NO questions about the story.
A scaffolded reading strategy that provides a window into students' thinking #HighSchoolELA #ReadingStrategies
Jessica Huhn saved to Classroom
Increase reading comprehension with these 5 strategies. These reading strategies will help students better understand a text. Grab the freebie!
This is how I do my bible study in Lectio Divina.
Kristie Monk saved to Close Reading
This is a great activity to practice reading comprehension. Students read the statements, look at the picture and determine whether the statement is true or false.
Nandjilahi saved to RESOURCES
Teaching students to cite text evidence is easy with this step-by-step guide for busy teachers. Teach your class to refer to the reading as they answer reading comprehension questions. Great for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students. Special education students are successful with explicit instruction. #textevidence #citetextevidence
Caffeine Queen Teacher saved to Reading
Here is a fun worksheet to practice the Wh questions with your ESL students. Have them read the statements and fill in the right word into the gaps.
Patti-Jo Lougee saved to ESL Fun