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Reading Strategies

A three-dimensional, student-made, interactive graphic organiser based upon a skill Foldables
Helps students condense their reading about specific topics to several key words or phrases and then combine the words or phrases into a sentence or two that incorporates all relevant information Magnet Summaries
Creating a 140-character summary after reading a passage, textbook, section, or article. Tweet the Text
A Google app used to create animated videos by dragging and dropping content into story-line templates. PowToon
a Google app used to create FlashCards that can be shared; cards can be moved into organised piles Study Stack
Asking students to demonstrate reading comprehension by providing them with a Role, Audience, Format, and Topic. RAFT
A student thinks about a topic before partnering up with another student to discuss it and share with the group. Think-Pair-Share
A strategy where students share sentences on four key topics charted in order to create a summary draft. Group Summarising
Teacher-created written guides for students to follow and fill-in as they read a selection. Interactive Reading Guides
Strategy where students write simultaneous notes to one another about what their reading; their "notes" are passed back and forth as they "converse" in writing. Written Conversations
A collaborative piece of writing made by students writing and adding to each other's writing until the stories are complete. Progressive Writing
Students rotate through stations with pictures, which they discuss as a group to determine what they already know about the topic to be discussed/studied. Picture Walk
A strategy where students are responsible for facilitating a discussion around ideas in text rather than asserting opinions. Socratic Seminar
A strategy where a teacher selects 8-15 words from an upcoming text for students to categorise; they use these words to create a summary and develop questions on the topic. Vocabulary Predictions
A brief set of questions that help students activate their prior knowledge, make predictions, and engage important issues. Prereading Quiz
Monitoring one's reading by marking key words/phrases and jotting down notes in the margin. Annotating Text
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