The 7 Strategies to Teaching Reading Comprehension

The 7 Strategies to Teaching Reading Comprehension

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  • Did you know that students have to learn how to comprehend text? 
  • Yes, I did!  I was reading an article last night while gaurding the castle about the 7 strategies teachers and students can use to help improve reading comprehension. 
  • Let's go inside and you can tell me about it.  I would love to know more.  
  • Okay.  The other guys over there can watch the castle.  
  • What do I understand? What am I not understanding?  Do I know how to resolve the gaps in my comprehension?
  • Students have to first learn how to monitor their own reading.  They can do this my asking a few questions.
  • So tell me about the first strategy.
  • Yup!  Other things that help are graphic organizers, analyzing story structure, and summarizing the story.
  • Oh my! That seems important.
  • Duh. There are three more.  Students need to be thinking about their own thinking so they can figure out what they need to do to improve.
  • They also need to answer critical questions and generate their own questions.
  • Hmm.  Are there any other important strategies?  Those are good, but I want to know more  in case I need to use them.
  • King!  Did you hear these strategies?  They are from an article this guard read last night!
  • Aw, okay.  I guess I will look for more articles about students' text comprehension strategies later.
  • That's impressive. Now get back to guarding my castle and stop reading articles on the clock!
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