The Growing Room Ideas for teaching children reading comprehension imagination story time book club books homework literature
educationjourney: Reading Comprehension & Place Value.....have this on the board or have a spot on the bulletin board where kids can clip their names onto the strategy
Included are 24 reading comprehension skills and strategies posters. Each poster has the name of the strategy, prompts that you might ask students, a sample graphic organizer, and sample student responses with sentence frames (when applicable). Also available with black and white polka-dot background.
This strategy helps build comprehension skills by having students listen to details in a story or poem and then draw what they hear. Having a classroom wide discussion about their drawings and the similarities will help students to think about the text and what their own imagination came up with.
This would foster students to become engaged readers, as it provides them tips to think about while reading, and to help them stay on task and focused with reading. This semester we have talked a lot about being self monitors and re-reading, so this poster correlates perfectly.
A HUGE thank you to Jodi at Fun in First Grade for this idea. We used it today to review our weekly story before our test. Tomorrow we will be making flowers with our -ow words on the petals and measuring how long our flowers are with rulers, unifix cubes, and paper clips.
reading comprehension strategies poster Standard 1, Knowledge of Literacy. Standard 1.3 = The teacher has demonstrated the ability to develop reading comprehension and promotion of independent reading including COMPREHENSION STRATEGIES FOR A VARIETY OF GENRES.