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Rica Domain 5

Rica Domain 5 concepts

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3 levels of comprehension literal comprehension, inferential comprehension, evaluative comprehension; must move through levels to deepen comprehension (cannot skip levels)
factors affecting comprehension word analysis and fluency, vocabulary development, academic language, background knowledge, sentence/paragraph/expository text structure understanding, language and writing activities, independent reading
included in instruction before students read direct instruction to: activate prior knowledge , vocabulary introduction, preview text, setting the purpose for reading
instruction while students read Question Classification: is the answer in your book or in your head? Answer Verification: find the answer in the book or be able to explain answer
instruction strategies while students read teach strategic reading: visualize, paraphrase, clarify, predict, generate questions, summarize, adjust reading rate
scaffolding instruction through the reading process use the gradual release of responsibility model, use reciprocal teaching
strategies to build comprehension after reading discussions, writing, visuals/graphics, summarize, retell, share personal perspectives, visual representations of story (story mapping, venn diagrams etc)
building comprehension in struggling students orally read to students, build fluency and academic vocabulary, background knowledge, reteach, additional examples, concrete examples
building comprehension in English Learners focus on transfer of comprehension strategies from primary language, explicitly teach missing strategies
increasing comprehension in advanced learners increase pace or complexity, use more advanced texts, extend breadth and depth of assignment
helping students recognize structure of major genres use poetry, literary genres (character, plot, setting, theme), elements of story grammar (character, plot, setting, theme, mood, style), story maps (visual representation of elements of story), story grammar outlines (detailed outlines of one structure)
strategies in Narrative Analysis and Literary Criticism identify structural elements of the plot, compare and contrast motivations and reactions of character, evaluate the relevance of the setting (mood, symbolism), identify recurring themes, analyze figurative language, identify writer's style
analyzing figurative language/writer's style hyperbole, metaphor, personification, simile, symbol, imagery, iron, foreshadowing
oral activities with literature plan discussions about literature on a regular basis, book clubs, literature circles, author stories, questioning the author, think-pair-share, cooperative discussions requiring literary analysis
writing activities with literature literature journals, essays, literary elements prompts (write about mood, plot, style, theme etc), compare and contrast features of genres (ex: settings)
using text structures to develop study and research skills cause and effect structure, problem solution structure, compare/contrast, sequence, description structures
using text features to enhance study and research skills use gradual release of responsibility model: organizational and explanatory features (table of contents, glossary etc), typographical features (graphs, charts, illustrations etc)
other strategies to develop study and research skills link to what has previously been learned, review a KWL or data retrieval chart, selective re-reading, preview with graphic organizer, study guides
strategies promoting study and research skills SQ#R, skimming, scanning, research with encyclopedias, note taking and outlining, I-charts, scaffolded graphics
developing specific process skills for research identify research topic, develop academic argument, use multiple sources, use technology to manage information
Created by: ricatestprep
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