Teaching Comprehension Strategies
Teaching comprehension strategies is designed to methodically and creatively teach children the skills and strategies needed for effective comprehension. These strategies have been defined as understanding words, finding information, identifying the main idea, sequencing, comparing, predicting, concluding, summarising, inferring, cause and effect, fact or opinion and point of view.
- original and varied texts, customised to suit the strategy being highlighted
- skills and strategies specifically taught using explicitly modelled as well as supported examples and activities
- a ‘test/assessment’ page, where learners apply the particular strategy being taught
- background notes and information for each strategy to assist
- answers where necessary
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