Comprehension. The Ability to Construct Meaning and Understand Ideas Pam Jones Literacy Consultant COP ESD. Mosaic of Thought Ellin Oliver Keene and Susan Zimmermann.
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The Ability to Construct Meaning and Understand Ideas
Pam Jones Literacy Consultant
and ideas/details in informational text
Strategies That Work
Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis
Mosaic of Thought
Ellin Keene and Susan Zimmerman
I Read It But, I Don’t Get It
Does this make sense?
Does this word sound like language?
Have I seen this word before or one similar?
What do I already know from the context of this text that will help me?
How do we teach children to recognize the elements of a story without distracting them or obscuring their view of the text with technical terminology?
From The Art of Teaching Reading
By Lucy Calkins
Go! Charts facilitate the move from literal-level comprehension to higher order thinking and interaction with the text.
I noticed in the story….
I wonder why….
This is what I
Think the story
Will be about
I think the
author may use these
This reminds me of…..
I will use this story map to help
Me retell the story…..
Adapted from Eileen Sargent, Helen Huus, Oliver Andresen
Generated by the work of Jeff Beal et.al from Macomb RLTC based on the Profundity Scale
Profundity “R” Us
Elaine Weber and Jeff Beal