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  • Approaches to Supporting Content-Area Comprehension
  • In 5 Steps
  • Comprehension Monitoring that leads to the use of fix-up strategies when comprehension fails.
  • Use of graphic/semantic organizers, including story maps.
  • Explicit Instruction and Supportive Practice: Effective Comprehension Strategies.
  • Question Generation
  • Summarization and Paraphrasing
  • Selective Rereading (at Independent Reading Level)
  • Increase the amount and quality of open, sustained discussion of reading content (Dialogue)
  • Why did...?
  • How did...?
  • The Author was saying...
  • When did...?
  • Set and maintain high standards for text, conversation, questions, and vocabulary.
  • Align curriculum and assessments with State Standards and Individualized Literacy Goals.
  • Opportunities to collaborate in discussion and assignment groups to achieve their learning goals
  • Choice and Autonomy: Students are allowed a reasonable range of choices of reading materials and activities.
  • Increase motivation and engagement with reading.
  • Interesting texts: Range of reading skills, also books written at multiple levels.
  • 1. Students have interesting learning goals to achieve through reading activities.
  • Strong vocabulary development is best supported through:(1) wide reading; (2) direct teaching of individual, high-utility words; (3) instruction in learning words independently during reading; and (4) instruction and activities to increase word consciousness.
  • Vocabulary Knowledge: Both knowledge of the widely used words and knowledge of words closely tied to specific domains, such as scientific words, are important for reading comprehension.
  • Assess comprehension in three ways: (1) memory for story details; (2) ability to detect contradictions in the story; and (3) ability to draw correct inferences.
  • Teach essential content knowledge so that all students master critical concepts.
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