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Powerful Strategies to Enhance Comprehension K-6

It is impossible to underestimate the role comprehension plays in the reading process since reading is a fruitless effort without meaning. The true value of words on a page is derived through the meaning they deliver. This informative session will provide a treasure chest of strategies to more deeply engage students in meaning-making throughout the reading process. Discover the secrets of teaching children strategies they will use – not just today – but for a lifetime. Learn powerful strategies to promote understanding and extend and reading experience so that students read at deeper levels.

Presented by: Mary Howard

Additional Comprehension Topics
Comprehension Strategies
Questioning, a Strategy to Promote Engaged Readers
Book Clubs/Literature Circles
The Ultimate In-Class Training Guide to Strategy Instruction
Teaching Comprehension to Build Strong Readers
Spotlight on Comprehension (K-6)
Revisit, Reflect, Retell
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Many Ways of Knowing: Using the Arts to Deepen Understanding
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Have You Ever Thought About Comprehension Scaffolding with Poetry? (K-8)
Strengthening Comprehension with The Super Six Comprehension Strategies
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Inspiring Brilliant Reading and Creating ACTIVE Readers
Creating an ACTIVE Reading Workshop at the Elementary Grades (K-5)
Going Visual – Understanding the Link Between Comprehending What We See and Reading Instruction
Creating Strategic ACTIVE Readers at the Middle and High School
Building Literacy through Oral Interpretation, Drama, and Storytelling
Habits of Highly Effective Readers: Six Key Comprehension Strategies and How to Teach Them Grades 2-8
What a Question! How QAR, Question Cubes and I Wonders Support Reading for Meaning Grades 2-8
Reading Between the LinesÉTeaching Students to Make Inferences Grades 2-8
Powerful Strategies to Enhance Comprehension K-6