Mosaic of Thought: Teaching Comprehension in a Reader's Workshop / Edition 1by Ellin Oliver Keene, Susan Zimmermann
Pub. Date: 04/21/1997
How do students become thoughtful, independent readers who comprehend text at a deep level? See more details below
How do students become thoughtful, independent readers who comprehend text at a deep level?
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Table of ContentsThe Mosaic Takes Shape
What Lies Beneath
Homes in the Mind: Connecting the Known to the New
The Essence of Text: Determining Importance
Delving Deeper with Questions
A Mosaic in the Mind: Using Sensory Images to Enhance Comprehension
The Intersection of Meaning: Inferring
The Contour and Substance of Meaning: Synthesis
From Problem to Resolution: Empowering Children to Solve Reading Problems Independently
A Mosaic Created
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Each chapter beggings with a challenging paragraph, that sometimes makes you feel like one of your students, without a clue of how the paragraph relates to the strategy, but it all fits when you keep reading.
I enjoyed reading about actual techniques used in a classroom. I loved that he explained failures as well as successes. Gave me great ideas to utilize in my class.