Read With Understanding

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bullet About-Point

bullet Admit Slips and Exit Slips

bullet Affinity Diagram

bullet Agree? Disagree? Why? or Anticipation Guides

bullet Bleich's Heuristic for Responding to Reading

bullet Book Clubs and Peer Discussion Groups

bullet Book Conversations

bullet Brainstorming Activities (Guidelines)

bullet Character-O-Grams

bullet Concept Circles

bullet Concept of Definition Word Maps

bullet Discussion Webs

bullet DR-TA: Directed Reading-Thinking Activity

bullet Expectation Outlines

bullet Fluency Activities

bullet Frayer Model

bullet Herringbone

bullet I-Charts

bullet Identifying Similarities

bullet Intra-Act

bullet Jigsaw Groups

bullet Knowledge Ratings

bullet K-W-L Instruction Strategy

bullet Language Experience Activity (LEA)

bullet List-Group-Label

bullet Literature Circles

bullet Magnet Summaries

bullet Manzo's Guided Reading Procedure (Adaptation)

bullet Matrices or Charts (also called Semantic Feature Analysis or Distinctive Features Activity)

bullet Multicultural Books in Family Literacy Programs

bullet New-Knew-Q

bullet PreP

bullet Problem and Solution Outline and Text Frame

bullet Question-Answer Relationships (QAR)

bullet Questioning Author

bullet Questioning Strategies

bullet Reader's Theater

bullet Reciprocal Teaching

bullet ReQuest

bullet Save the Last Word for Me (Adaptation)

bullet Selecting Literature for Adults

bullet Semantic Mapping

bullet Series-of-Events Chain and Text

bullet Sketch to Stretch

bullet Strategies to Support Collaboration

bullet Subjective Approach to Vocabulary (SAV)

bullet Summarizing

bullet Think Alouds

bullet Think-Pair-Share

bullet Three Level Guide

bullet Timeline

bullet Venn Diagrams

bullet Vocabulary Self-Collection Strategy

bullet Vocabulary Wordmaps

bullet Word Sorts

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