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Ask AI: Other than the ones mentioned in this video, which comprehension strategies do you or your teachers use/d when teaching reading comprehension?

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Question: Other than the ones mentioned in this video, which comprehension strategies do you or your teachers use/d when teaching reading comprehension?

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Absolutely! Here are some other reading comprehension strategies that can be used: 1. "Stop and Jot": This approach has readers pause at predetermined points to jot down their thoughts or reactions to the text. This helps the students to engage actively with the text and facilitates better understanding. 2. "Sketch to Stretch": Students make sketches about what they've read. This is a more visual way of understanding the text and works well for students who are visual learners. 3. "Say Something": This strategy involves students partnering up and talking about what they've read. This shared reading experience can result in greater comprehension. 4. Annotation: Students underline, circle, or jot notes in the margins of the text, interacting directly with the text and thus better understand it. 5. "Question the Author": This helps students to infer the author's purpose and viewpoint. 6. "KWL Chart": Before reading, students fill out the "Know" and "Want to know" parts of the chart; after the reading, they fill out the "Learned" part. This process of activating prior knowledge and setting a purpose for reading can greatly improve comprehension. 7. "THIEVES" strategy: The title, headings, introduction, every first sentence in the paragraph, visuals and vocabulary, end of chapter questions, summary are previewed before reading to predict the content. These strategies are just the beginning! Teachers often adapt and combine different methods to best meet the needs of their particular students.

Answered by gpt-4

May 13, 2024, 5:39 a.m.

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Published: Monday, May 13, 2024

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