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Once you’ve got your students in a guided reading routine, it's time to have them exploring what they’re reading and completing activities that develop their comprehension skills. This is no small feat when it comes to young readers because their writing skills are generally not developed yet which makes it difficult for them to express themselves independently. In order to set your students up to become comprehension experts, here are some tips and an overview of the order of progression…
Mikayla Rayne saved to third grade!!!
English reading exercises with basic sight words for kid's reading practice. Use it for your remedial reading activities. Practice comprehe...
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See 16 3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets. Inspiring 3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets worksheet images.
Nirmala Rooplall saved to Reading
I have a fun reading resource for you! Book Talk is loaded with ideas to use for retelling stories, comprehending reading, and using books and tools to share some good conversations. Click here for a preview. Students will have plenty to do during reading time. Plus, there are some great homework ideas too! I recently updated this cover and added more graphic organizers and activities to this resource. Here are just a few examples of what's included: Questions to ask partners or questions…
Twila Griffin saved to reading comprehension
Great list for the teacher to encourage higher level thinking. Keep as a resource.
Samantha Johns saved to Learning things
Free printable of 20 favorite reading comprehension questions to ask during read alouds. Just print the list and keep it in your favorite reading spot. Then pick two or three different questions to ask each time you read together. Easy peasy! #readingcomprehension #learningtoread #iteachk #iteachfirst #iteachsecond
Want your students to answer comprehension questions effectiently? Try teaching them to decipher the question before they answer! Come read all about it!
Guided reading questions for comprehension. General questions but you will make them specific to the book the student is reading.
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