Week 8. What role does technology play?. Exercise #1. 1. Grw 11. dlghtfl 2. Knw 12. Hnd 3. Nd 13. crd 4. Ws 14. rmn 5. Whn 15. ths 6. Ld 16. btwn 7. Grdn 17. hncfrth 8. Flwr 18. mst 9. t 19. knw 10. Spps 20. Tw
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1. Grw 11. dlghtfl
2. Knw 12. Hnd
3. Nd 13. crd
4. Ws 14. rmn
5. Whn 15. ths
6. Ld 16. btwn
7. Grdn 17. hncfrth
8. Flwr 18. mst
9. t 19. knw
10. Spps 20. Tw
Taken from: Wilde, S. (2000). Miscue Analysis Made Easy: Building on Student Strengths. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann
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Metacognition- "big thinking." You are thinking about thinking. During this process you are examining your brain's processing.
Metacognitive Strategies- help students to "think about their thinking" before, during, and after they read.
Teachers work to guide students to become more strategic thinkers by helping them understand the way they are processing information.
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