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COMPREHENSION INSTRUCTIONAL SEQUENCE

OVERVIEW OF THE COMPREHENSION INSTRUCTIONAL SEQUENCE
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Darrin Schwartz

on 31 October 2011

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Transcript of COMPREHENSION INSTRUCTIONAL SEQUENCE

What is Comprehension Instructioanl Sequence? The purpose is to teach and guide students to think more deeply as they read text by using a three-step process. Purpose: To bring world relevance to text reading, establish a purpose for reading, model fluent reading, provide opportunities for students to become interactive with the text, and THINK CRITICALLY about information in the text.
FOOD ADDICTION: What qualifies as food addiction? Here is something small... I Sample Hook Questions:
When is it ok to bend the rules?

Why is doing the right thing often not
the easiest thing to do?

When is going along with the crowd a bad thing?
Three Steps:
Comprehension
Instructional
Sequence

Step One: Read to Build Deep Comprehension

Step Two: Re-read and Generate Questions
to Deepen Text Understanding

Step Three: Read to Use Text Evidence to Validate Responses An Example: Step One:
Vocabulary Instruction
and Modeling Reading
to Build Comprehension
*Our Essential Question(s)
*Hook Question
*Our Benchmarks 30 Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr STEP TWO: Rereading and Questioning
Generation to Deepen Comprehension

(Teachers generate questions, then students
re-read the text to generate their own questions)
Reading from our textbooks,
poems, excerpts, etc...

Students engage in directed note taking...

Students compare their notes with each other These are our Reading 2.0 Questions...
Step Three: We post a written question aligned
with the FCAT
- Students respond using a Graphic Organizer
- Students must show support using the text
- We facilitate a discussion, asking students to
support their response.
(students can change their original answers;
based on new evidence or keep their answers
the same and add additional information to
support their answer)
PREDICT / ANALYZE...
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