We made these Pins for you, so you can pin, share, and spread good ideas for reading instruction.
But we know there are some Negative Nellies out there…
If a principal tells you, “Pinterest is not the place to get ideas,” then they’ve totally misunderstood the value of collaboration!
Pinterest is the online equivalent of the 1980s staff room. Just without the smoke and couches (yes, educators used to smoke in the staff room!).
So go ahead and collaborate and share these Pins to your favorite Pinterest boards! And you can dig deeper into this article, 9 Reading Comprehension Strategies.
These are four basic reading strategies to teach students at all levels: Prior Knowledge, Predictions, Inferences, and Visualizing.
What are the 9 comprehension tools? We compiled a master guide to the reading comprehension tools here.
Comprehension strategies are different, are taught differently, and used differently than comprehension skills.
What Do Good Readers Do? Good readers make connections, question, summarize, visualize, and gauge their affective response during reading.
Dig deeper into reading comprehension strategies, what they are, and how to teach them in this article, The Only 9 Comprehension Tools You’ll Ever Need to Teach!