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UNDERSTANDING - Show that you understand the information

 by Hilton on 19 Aug 2011 |
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Comprehension Activities for Non Fiction Text - Bloom's Taxonomy Understanding the message of a passage goes beyond the ability to decode the words. We have all come across those readers who have picked up the impression that a good reader is a fast...

REMEMBERING - What are the facts?

 by Hilton on 15 Aug 2011 |
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Comprehension Activities for Non Fiction Text - Bloom's Taxonomy This is the most basic level of processing information; answering ‘right there’ literal comprehension questions, requiring the reader to remember a fact or be able to revisit the text ...

Use It or Lose It

 by Hilton on 03 Aug 2011 |
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Those who have been following these posts will know that I have been churning over the rationale for follow-up activities as a valid part of the classroom reading programme.   I keep coming back to this notion of ‘Use It or Lose It’ which comes from...

6 Things About Follow-up Comprehension Activities

 by Hilton on 29 Jul 2011 |
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     During my time in the classroom I have spend a huge amount of time thinking about and designing follow-up work for kids as part of their reading programme. Let’s face it; follow-up activities are an organisational necessity if you want to be abl...

3 Ways to Use Non-Fiction Text

 by Hilton on 20 Jul 2011 |
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I always sit down to choose non-fiction text for instructional reading groups with a whole range of thoughts buzzing through my head. I have found that it helps if I am clear about which one of the following I am trying to achieve. 1. Strategy pract...
 
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