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Comprehensive Early Reading Strategies and Instructional Goals 1 Comprehensive Early Reading Strategies and Instructional Goals Grand Canyon University SPD:580
[SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS] 2 Part 1: Reading Strategies A teacher teaching comprehension strategies can benefit a student’s reading tremendously. Reading comprehension involves the student to think about the words they just read and understand the meaning of those words. The objective to a proper comprehension is not to only make sounds in your head or when reading aloud, but to have the student understand what they just read. “Modeling through think-alouds is the best way to teach all comprehension strategies. By thinking aloud, teachers show students what good readers do. Think-alouds can be used during read-alouds and shared reading. They can also be used during small-group reading to review or reteach a previously modeled strategy” (benchmareducation.com). Giving the students the chance to work with their peers enhances student’s social skills and many other characteristics. Graphic organizers can be used any many forms. Kids who struggle with reading, using a graphic organizer can improve by using graphic organizers. In this graph students are able to keep tracks of thoughts, main characters, important events, the setting and much more. This allows the students to break down the story visually. Teachers can place the students into groups, the teacher will read aloud a short story. The kids will be given a graphic organizer contain the main topic and three bubbles with “A key detail” section. The student’s will listen to the story, find three key details, and then write them on the organizer. This strategy helps students organize their thoughts and find a conclusion.

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