This practical guide presents inspiring, research-based activities for teaching students in grades K 12 how to read and think critically about informational texts. With five essential types of strategies, seasoned and preservice teachers learn ways to help students select engaging, challenging reading materials; develop their knowledge of history, science, and other content areas; master vocabulary that aids understanding; build essential comprehension skills across the curriculum; and write effectively about texts they have read. Each of the 35 strategies features a helpful reproducible worksheet in a large-size format. The teacher-friendly appendix lists recommended books, magazines, and websites for each grade level.After students have read, introduce the central question, writing it on the Discussion Web. ... Middle school English teacher Alvin Sang was interested in helping his students develop critical literacy skills by ... This persuasive essay examines the nature of online reading and raises a number of interesting questions aboutanbsp;...
|Title||:||35 Strategies for Guiding Readers through Informational Texts|
|Author||:||Barbara Moss, Virginia Loh-Hagen|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Publications - 2013-12-09|