Reading Strategies

I list some links here and quote some words from those web-pages.

* “reading strategies":http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/departments/isa/staff/abita/english/reading_strategies.htm

Activating Prior Knowledge
QAR
Clarifying
Rereading
Context Clues
Restating
Drawing Conclusions
Setting a Purpose
Evaluating
Skimming/Scanning
Fix-Up
Summarizing
Inferring
Surveying
Key Words
Think Aloud
Predicting
Visualizing

* “Reading Strategies – Reading Efficiently by Reading Intelligently":http://www.mindtools.com/rdstratg.html

* Knowing what you need to know, and reading appropriately
* Knowing how deeply to read the document: skimming, scanning or studying
* Using active reading techniques to pick out key points and keep your mind focused on the material
* Using the table of contents for reading magazines and newspapers, and clipping useful articles
* Understanding how to extract information from different article types
* Creating your own table of contents for reviewing material
* Using indexes, tables of contents, and glossaries to help you assimilate technical information.

Webpages talking about activity design:

* “Strategies for Reading Comprehension":http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/go/readquest/strat/

ABC brainstorm
carousel
clock buddies
column notes
comparison-contrast
CD map
graphic organizers
history frames
inquiry chart
K – W – L
opinion-proof
power thinking
problem-solution
QARs
questioning the author
RAFT papers
reciprocal teaching
underlining
semantic feature analysis
story maps
summarizing
thesis-proof
think-pair-share
3-minute pause
3 – 2 – 1
venn diagrams
word maps

* “Reading Strategies":http://members.tripod.com/~emu1967/readstrat.htm

DLTA- Directed Listening Thinking Activity

DRTA- Directed Reading Thinking Activity

Insert (helps catagorize informations)

SMART (helps in Reading comprehension)

KWL- (know, want to know, learned)

Menu-

Running Records

Assisted Reading Strategies

Quickwrites and Quickdraws

SQ3R (helps student remember content)

Cloze Procedure (helps determine if correct reading level)

Readers Theater

Choral Reading

Open-Minded Portraits

PReP (pre-reading plan)

Story Boards

Story Quilt

Reading Conferences

Learning Logs

Literature Journals/Reading Logs

Story Maps and Frames

* “Reading Strategies by Dr. Kathleen King":http://www.isu.edu/~kingkath/readstrt.html

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