This book incorporates the strongest and most current research available to help teachers actively involve their students in the reading comprehension process. Teachers receive expert guidance in a step-by-step format that clearly states and fully illustrates each of the 50 strategies. It delivers amust havea information that enables teachers to assess their students' current strategies. A six section organization enables teachers to easily access appropriate strategies for specific teaching objectives: word and sentence level comprehension, paragraph level comprehension, integrating background knowledge, holistic comprehension, self-monitoring strategies, and assessment to inform instruction. For elementary school teachers.aquot;Each and three tell you that you have to add three and three to find out how many cookies they have, since there are two children, aquot; says Cindy. aquot;Are the names of the children important?aquot; asks Mrs. Dowling. aquot;Well, no. You just need to knowanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fifty Active Learning Strategies for Improving Reading Comprehension|
|Author||:||Adrienne L. Herrell, Michael Jordan|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2002|