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Reading: Nonfiction


Teaching Reading in Content Area Classrooms
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Specific strategies/activities for weaving comprehension into content area teaching

Experience more joy in your life knowing that you will develop skilled readers and learners who will come to enjoy the subject you teach because you've provided them with the tools for success! Participants will be introduced to a three- part learning framework for reading strategy instruction. Practice in the use of think aloud, read aloud and use of literature and discussion as a way of learning will be included.  Specific learning strategies include fast write, use of context clues, paraphrasing, paired reading and questions and techniques for journal writing.  Finally, assessment techniques will be discussed.


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Reading: Nonfiction

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Teaching Reading in Content Area Classrooms
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Making it Happen: Teaching Children to Read and Comprehend Nonfiction (K-6)
Teaching Children to Read and Comprehend Nonfiction (K-6)
Making Reading/Writing Connections in Expository Texts
Exploring Expository Texts: Structures and Features
How Do You Connect Poetry with the Content Areas? (K-8)
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Teaching Kids to Comprehend Informational Text: Strategies for Success