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Comprehension ToolkitDigging Deeper into Implementation

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Lisa Wujczyk

on 8 November 2014

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Transcript of Comprehension ToolkitDigging Deeper into Implementation

May 8, 2013
Aiming High
with the
Comprehension Toolkit

Purpose of the Comprehension Toolkit
Guided Practice
Independent Application:
The Ultimate Goal
The Comprehension Toolkit is a tool for teaching systematic strategy instruction.

The goal is for students to ultimately be able to
APPLY the strategies

independently and flexibly
to truly comprehend and utilize informational text.
part of instruction.
During guided reading.
An opportunity to get more specific and target needs.
How can I bring students closer to independent application?
What areas of confusion/weakness did I notice during my lesson?
part of instruction.
Need to create structures and scenarios to promote independent application.
Dialogue about how and why readers are thinking a certain way helps to
make the invisible visible.
What can activities/assignments/projects can I have the kids do that will promote the use of strategies?
When can this happen? Are there already parts of our day that would lend themselves to strategy application?
Silent Share
What do we want our students to be able to do with text?
Common Core Verbs
compare and contrast
know & use
ask & answer
Teaching the Lesson
This is the
to & with
part of instruction.
Segmenting one lesson into 5 focus lessons
Model focus lessons

I noticed...

I wonder...
With systematic, scaffolded instruction,
We can get them there!
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