- How to select a balance of texts that prepare students to read challenging fiction and non-fiction at their level
- How to teach students to read texts above their “comfort zone”
- Learn to write text-dependent questions for both narrative and expository genres, and how to provide entry-points for all children through visual media, and annotation
- How to incorporate writing as part of a rigorous close read
To access our slides for today, please click HERE.
The following slide shows the strategies that we will cover today in our session:
|In our session, teachers discussed the "close reading" or reading comprehension strategy they currently use in the classroom. We wanted to encourage teachers to collaborate in a professional learning community environment.|
|Angelica Paz sharing her double-entry journal strategy.|
|Teachers are engaged in their learning and reviewing our provided strategies.|
|David Keys sharing his High School "Close Reading" strategy, which was "Read like a Historian" taken from the Stanford University Website.|
Click HERE to a previous post on just "Close Reading" for more resources and examples.