Inclusion Instructional Strategies. Reading Comprehension Grades 5-7 By: Sharon Lenhart Heidi Raitt Jo Lynne Cady. Language Arts Descriptor. 1C - Students who meet the standard can comprehend a broad range of reading materials. Examples: Ask and respond to open-ended questions
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By: Sharon Lenhart
Jo Lynne Cady
1C - Students who meet the standard can comprehend a broad range of reading materials.
through analysis, evaluation, inference, and/or comparison
figurative language terms
articles in class
and discuss material
book/novel written at
various reading levels
require the student to learn
Newark, DE 19714
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Professional literacy association
Direct Instruction Reading Text
By Douglas W. Carnine
Publisher – Merrill Prentice Hall
East Moline, IL 61244
Columbus, OH 43216
San Antonio, TX 782265
Teaching MaterialsTeacher Resources
child has an interest in and
discuss the articles together.
3. Read and discuss the newspaper with your child.
4. Build a library in your own home.
5. Take your child to the library and let them sign up for their own library card.
6. Readaloud to your children whatever their ages.
7. Stimulate discussion by asking open-ended questions that do not have right or wrong answers, but instead, invite thinking and learning: “How do you feel about…?”
stopping to discuss a key point.
Gersten, R., Fuchs, L.S., Williams, J.P., Baker,S., (1998 Summer). Teaching reading comprehension strategies to students with learning disabilities: A review of research. Review of Educational Research 71(2), 279-320.
- narrative- story grammar (story Maps)
- expository – teaching multiple strategies vs. one strategy
- multiple strategies seem to boost transfer of comprehension across materials
- student characteristics and amount of modeling required
- multiple strategy instruction and
transfer across materials
Jitendra, A., Hoppes, M., & Xin, Y., (2000). Enhancing Main Idea Comprehension for Students with Learning Problems: The Role of a Summarization Strategy and Self-Monitoring Instruction. The Journal of Special Education, 34(3), 127-139.
Salembier, G., (1999). SCAN and RUN: A reading comprehension strategy that works. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 42(5), 386-394.
Prior to strategyhomework scores, mean of 65%
8 weeks after strategy, mean of 84%
Prior to strategy test & quiz scores, mean of 72%
8 weeks after strategy, mean of 86%
International Reading Association
Reading Is Fundamental
Online web sites with free literacy games
At-Risk Series Software
Reading Concepts Software PCI Education
PCI Education “Real-life” situations teach
Builds skills in inference, reading comprehension skills
factual recall, fact or opinion,
and drying conclusions
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