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Reading: Comprehension


Questioning, a Strategy to Promote Engaged Readers
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This workshop encompasses the aspects of questioning! Modeling is used to instruct students how to question while reading. There will be a focus on simple and complex questions as well as questioning the author.


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workshop offered as full-day, half-day or conference session

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