Unit: Reading Strategies

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Unit Description

This unit focuses on specific lessons to target reading strategies students often need in order to access curriculum. For example, asking questions to monitor comprehension, envisioning, and inferencing.

Lessons

Asking Questions to Monitor Comprehension

Readers think about a book before they start reading and ask themselves questions about the book to get their mind ready to read.

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Rereading to find answers to our questions Resources: 1

Students will reread a text to answer questions they generate during reading.

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Visualizing to become a Character Resources: 2

Students will envision to make a movie in their minds while reading a fiction book in order to become closer to a character.

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Inferencing with Background Knowledge Resources: 1

Students will be able to make an inference based on their background knowledge.

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Making Connections: Book to Self Resources: 1

Students will be able to make text to self connections in a grade level text. Students will predict how characters think/feel based on these connections.

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Inferences with Pictures Resources: 1

Students will make inferences based on pictures to understand the author's meaning.

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Determining Importance Resources: 1

Students will retell a story with important information.

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Envision to Monitor Comprehension Resources: 1

Students will envision while reading to monitor comprehension and connect deeply to characters.

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