Classroom Strategies for Interactive Learning / Edition 3

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Overview

The updated edition of this bestseller will help you develop your students into purposeful thinkers and proficient readers by using classroom strategies that scaffold comprehension. Doug Buehl has completely revised his influential collection of literacy skill-building strategies to bring this edition in line with recent scholarship in the literacy field and today's understandings about reading comprehension. The stronger focus on gradual release of responsibility, metacognition, and what happens before, during, and after reading will allow your students to really own these strategies.
Buehl has added new, user-friendly strategies that can be adapted to a variety of ability levels. You'll find a stronger emphasis on the rationale for each and a broader variety of content area classroom examples.
The Strategy Indexes that accompany each strategy will assist you in your instructional planning and have been updated to include the strengths of each strategy in terms of instructional focus and comprehension processes.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780872076860
  • Publisher: International Reading Association
  • Publication date: 11/15/2008
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 213
  • Sales rank: 94,778
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Doug Buehl was a teacher in the Madison Metropolitan School District in Madison, Wisconsin, USA, for 33 years and is currently a staff developer and adolescent literacy consultant.
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Table of Contents

Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction


Section 1
Developing Strategic Readers and Learners
Chapter 1 An Interactive View of Reading and Learning
Chapter 2 Guiding Thinking Through Text Frames
Chapter 3 Setting Priorities With Fact Pyramids


Section 2
Classroom Strategies for Teaching and Learning

Matching Strategies to Your Instruction

Analogy Graphic Organizer

Anticipation Guides

Brainstorming Prior Knowledge

Chapter Tours

Character Quotes

Concept/Definition Mapping

Different Perspectives for Reading

Discussion Web

Elaborative Interrogation

Follow the Characters

Frayer Model

Guided Imagery

History Change Frame

History Memory Bubbles

Inquiry Charts

Interactive Reading Guides

Jigsaw

K-W-L-Plus (Know/Want to Know/Learned)

Learning Logs

Magnet Summaries

Math Reading Keys

Mind Mapping

Paired Reviews

Point-of-View Study Guides

Possible Sentences

Power Notes

Problematic Situations

Proposition/Support Outlines

Pyramid Diagram

Question-Answer Relationships

Question Dissection

Questioning the Author

RAFT (Role/Audience/Format/Topic)

Read-Alouds

Save the Last Word for Me

Science Connection Overview

Semantic Feature Analysis

SMART (Self-Monitoring Approach to Reading & Thinking)

Story Impressions

Story Mapping

Structured Notetaking

Template Frames

Vocabulary Overview Guide

Word Family Trees

You Ought to Be in Pictures

Appendix
References
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