The Fountas & Pinnell Prompting Guide 2, for Comprehension: Thinking, Talking, and Writing contains precise language to use when teaching, prompting for, and reinforcing effective strategic actions in reading and writing. Classroom teachers, reading specialists, literacy teachers, and literacy coaches can use the flip chart as a ready reference while working with students in several instructional setting and contexts.
Fountas and Pinnell provide language for teaching readers how to focus or expand their thinking through talk and writing before, during, and after reading. The goal is to help students think in three broad ways.
1. Thinking Within the Text
Noticing and using the information that is directly stated in the text
2. Thinking Beyond the Text
Noticing what is implied, not explicitly stated
3. Thinking About the Text
Analyzing the writer's craft and thinking critically about the whole text.
The prompts in this flip chart tool are designed to help teachers help teachers demonstrate, prompt for, or reinforce effective reading behaviors related to comprehension including
- Self-monitoring and Self-correcting
- Searching for and Using Meaning
- Making Connections
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W.D.EHRHART English and History Professor, the Haverford School, Philadelphia, USA
H.BRUCE FRANKLIN John Cotton Dana Professor of English and American Studies, Rutgers University, USA
JOHN HELLMANN Professor of English, Ohio State University, USA
WALTER W.HÖLBLING Professor of US Literature and Culture, University of Graz, Austria
PHIL MELLING Professor of American Literature and Cultural Studies, Department of American Studies, Swansea University, UK
JON ROPER Professor and Head of the Department of American Studies, Swansea University, USA
JONATHAN SCHELL The Nation's peace and disarmament correspondent, and the Harold Willens Peace Fellow at the Nation Institute.