25 Strategies for Guiding Readers through Informational Texts
This hands-on manual explains how to introduce K12 students to strategies for navigating and comprehending nonfiction texts. Teachers learn easy-to-implement activities that help students find high-interest nonfiction texts; identify and study unfamiliar words and concepts; understand information and think critically; and use writing to evaluate and respond. Sample worksheets help students practice the comprehension strategies of inferring, synthesizing, visualizing, questioning, and summarizing. The books utility is enhanced by step-by-step directions and examples.
- Dewey Decimal: 302
- Physical Description: 8.4"x10.8"x0.2"; 0.6 lb; 96 pages
- Edition Info: Spiral-bound; 2003-01-01
- Literature & Fiction -- Books & Reading -- Literacy
- Nonfiction -- Education -- Elementary School -- General
- Nonfiction -- Education -- High School
- Nonfiction -- Education -- Reading
- Professional & Technical -- Education -- By Level -- High School
- Reference -- Words & Language -- Literacy
- Reference -- Words & Language -- Reading Skills
- Reference -- General
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