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Reading for Meaning: How to Build Students’ Comprehension, Reasoning, and Problem-Solving Skills

$20.95

By Harvey F. Silver, Susan C. Morris, Victor Klein

Published by ASCD

A powerful strategy for developing students’ close-reading skills.

Description

This PLC Guide focuses on Reading for Meaning, a reading and reasoning strategy that helps students understand new ideas, make inferences, and support their thinking with evidence. The strategy is designed around research showing that proficient readers use a specific set of thinking skills to build deep understanding of the texts they read and apply those skills in three distinct phases: before reading, during reading, and after reading. Reading for Meaning gives all students the opportunity to practice this three-phase approach by

  • Using simple statements to preview and predict before reading.
  • Actively searching for relevant evidence during reading.
  • Reflecting on and synthesizing both their learning and their thinking process after reading.

Additional information

Weight 0.75 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 11 in
Poster Size

20.0" × 32.0"

Edition

First

First Publication Date

December 2010

Publisher

ASCD

Pages

91

ISBN

978-1-4166-1132-5

Item No:

STPRFM1

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