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Books for Visualizing and all of the other comprehension strategies

The students draw in their hair and eye color. They draw what they visualize from an excerpt that you give them, or from a book as a whole.

The Accidental Teacher, Mom, Runner: Tuesday Top Ten ~ Mentor Texts for Making Mental Images

Visualizing: students have to draw what they hear as the story is read (do not show the pictures until everyone completes their drawings).

Visualization... I like the idea of the passage at the bottom, read, visualize, draw.

I think rubrics are a developmental thing and not all kids are ready to use them effectively in 3rd grade. I feel that having 4 samples to compare their work to will make them much more accountable. It’s visual. I will be able to say, “which sample does your writing most look like and why?” and ALL students can verbally respond to that. I don’t feel the same is true for a text-only rubric.

Good for teaching visualization - read story once with students' eyes closed (or cover pictures) and have them draw what they pictured. Then, read it again, allowing them to see how the illustrator visualized the Gruffalo.

FREE Subtraction With Regrouping Visual For Students- #math #subtraction #freemath

Good Idea to explain to students that creativity and detail makes great art...much like writing

Reading every day is beyond important!