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7 Chapter 14 Narrative Reading
3 Elements of Comprehension: The Reader
3 Elements of Comprehension: The Text
3 Elements of Comprehension: The Activity
3 Elements of Comprehension in Context
Good Readers During reading: Skim, concentrate, reread, make notes. Monitor comprehension Note problems with unknown words or confusing text Use repair strategies Make inferences Evaluate and ask questions
Good Readers Conscious plans to make sense of the text and get the most out of what is read. Students use these strategies to become active readers in control of their own comprehension See table on pg. 614 Comprehension Strategies
Narrative Reading: Story Structure Knowledge “When reading a narrative text, good readers use their knowledge of story elements to ask and answer questions, monitor story comprehension, predict and preview, connect to world knowledge, construct mental images, and summarize or retell”
Story Structure Knowledge: Asking and Answering Questions Answering questions: Students should not only answer their own questions about a story, but should also be guided through teacher questions following Bloom’s Taxonomy
Story Structure Knowledge: Monitoring Comprehension
Story Structure Knowledge: Connecting to World Knowledge
Story Structure Knowledge: Predicting and Constructing Mental Images Constructing Mental Images: Students learn to picture the author’s descriptions in their minds Sometimes readers must adapt their mental images as they encounter new information
Story Structure Knowledge: Summarizing
Multiple-Strategy Instruction Program: TSI Embodies full range of transactions: Between reader and text Between readers Between reader and teacher
Reader Response Writing in response to literature Encouraging written responses increase comprehension 3 categories of written responses: Personal Creative Critical
Narrative Reading: When to Teach When to Assess and Intervene
Narrative Reading: How?
Peer Sequence “The PEER sequence encourages students to say more about their understanding of the story”
Book Club: Writing in Response to Literature Response options: Personal Creative Critical Lesson model pg. 677
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