This resource includes more than 50 research-based comprehension mini-lessons that will engage children and help teachers meet the standards. Each mini-lesson is linked to a National Reading Panel strategy, such as monitoring comprehension, generating and answering questions, creating and using images, summarizing, and more. Includes lessons for fiction and nonfiction, plus ready-to-use graphic organizers and checklists.
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About the Author
Cheryl M. Sigmon is currently an educational consultant, working in schools nationally and internationally to help teachers integrate balanced literacy. She has served as a language arts specialist in the South Carolina State Department of Education, and is a former classroom teacher. Cheryl has coauthored several professional resources with Sylvia M. Ford on writing lessons for specific grade levels and for the content areas. She lives in Columbia, South Carolina, with her husband, Ray, with whom she has three grown daughters.