Strategies review
Vocabulary
Inferring
Questioning
Main Idea
100

Learner makes personal connections from the text. For example they can relate the text to something in their own life, another text, something occurring in the world

What is making connections

100

Vocabulary development helps you...

...understanding of specific words presented in a text.

100

Steps in reasoning, moving from premises to logical

What is inferences

100

Questioning is a reading strategy that helps the reader  

What is...to clarify what he or she is reading and to better understand the text. 

100

These are found in the text to support the main idea

What are supporting details

200

Learners use information from graphics, text and experiences to anticipate what will be read/viewed/heard and to actively adjust comprehension while reading/viewing/listening.


What is Prediction

200

Most students acquire vocabulary through indirect exposure by reading widely on their own. The amount of reading is important to long-term vocabulary development.

What is Incidental Vocabulary Learning

200

These are needed from the text to make an inference

What are evidences

200

What does that word mean? Why is that happening? What am I learning? 

We post the previous questions to...

What is clarify meaning

200
  1. Read the whole text.

  2. Ask, “What is this text about?”

    Answer with one or two words...

What is...TOPIC

300

Learners stop and think about the text and know what to do when meaning is disrupted.


What is Monitoring

300

Understanding specific word: Defining words from context. Applying word-learning strategies: Semantic mapping, Analyzing word parts (Affixes).Word consciousness to engage curiosity in learning more new words: Language categories, Figurative language 

What are Intentional Vocabulary Learning

300

How do you know this?
What in the text or image supports your description?
Why do you feel this way? 

These are...

What is inferencial questions

300

Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation...What are those?





What are... type of questions

300
  1. Read the whole text.

  2. Ask, “What is this text about?”

    Answer with one or two sentences

What is MAIN IDEA

400

Learners create a mental image from a text read/viewed/hear. Visualizing brings the text to life, engages the imagination and uses all of the senses.

What is  Visualizing

400

These help you develop connections among words and increase learning of vocabulary words.
For example, by writing an example, a non-example, a synonym, and an antonym, students must deeply process the word persist. 

What are semantic maps

400

-Use your prior knowledge
-Use textual information to draw conclusions
-Make critical judgments
-Form unique interpretations from the text, image or situation.

What is steps to make an inference

400

What you already know about the topic or author, or even illustrations found on the cover or in the book itself.

What are questions before reading

400

What is the formula to get the main idea?

What is...Topic + key ideas about the topic = MAIN IDEA

500

Learners identify and accumulate the most important ideas and restate them in their own words.

What is Summarizing

500

The ability to analyze word parts also helps when you are faced with unknown vocabulary.

What are Affixes (prefixes and suffixes)

500

Etymologically, the word infer means...

What is  to "carry forward". 

500

Confront any answers that you may have found to your questions, as well as inferences you have for unanswered questions. 

What are questions after reading

500

Where in the paragraph you can find the main idea?

What are...first and last sentences

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