Experiences in classroom Experiences doing own reading Ideas for modifications O, T, N, R, Y
Explain purpose of strategy Model strategy by “thinking aloud” Do strategy together with students Guide students’ practice Supervised independence
Prepare and Preview ◦ Address difficult vocabulary; review grammar structure (for less advanced students) ◦ Discuss what students already know about the topic ◦ Look at pictures, titles, bolded or repeated words/phrases, or headings to predict what they might learn
Students read text while answering and marking WH questions. (R.A.M.) Students reread text (if necessary ) to identify if text is primarily about: 1. a person, place, or thing. 2. which person, place, or thing. 3.what is being said about the person, place, or thing Students share what the “Gist” or Main Idea of the section is.
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