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Week 12, Lecture 1 - Comprehension & Scaffolding

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Transcript of Week 12, Lecture 1 - Comprehension & Scaffolding

Before students start reading
Reader
Who is doing the reading?
Selection
What is being read?
Purpose
Why is the reading being done?
Frameworks for Scaffolding During Reading
DRA-Directed Reading Activity
DR-TA-Directed Reading-Thinking Activity
SRE-Scaffolded Reading Experience
Guided Reading
Post-Reading
What role does post-reading serve?
What activities might be considered post-reading?
What would you do before reading?
Where would you stop to discuss?
What questions would you ask to guide thinking?
What would you do after reading
Next Class:
Read GJG Chapter 11
Read QAR document (on Carmen)
Read Locomotion (81-92)
What did you use to understand the story?
Comprehension & Scaffolding
Designing instruction to support learning
Ask any questions you have about your case study project

Read the short story.
There are 15 copies in the room. Share!
Case Study Write-up
5-7 page paper
Take the data analysis chart and discuss the most important details you found
Look in the syllabus for more details
Due before Thanksgiving
What do we do to support comprehension in the classroom?
Suppose you are teaching second grade and your students are going to read nonfiction books about different occupations.

When you go to select "occupation" books for your class, what questions do you ask that guide your selection?
Pre-Reading
Why do prereading?

When is prereading not necessary?

Do you see prereading in your college classrooms?
Directed Reading Activity (DRA)
Readiness
Directed silent reading
Comprehension check and discussion
Oral reading
Follow-up activities
Directed Reading-Thinking Activity (DR-TA)
Teacher direction phase
Prediction
Reading to discover accuracy of prediction
Varify predictions
Skill-training phase
Re-examine the story
Vocabulary work
Scaffolded Reading Experience (SRE)
Planning phase
Implementation phase
Prereading-setting the stage
During reading-independent or together
Postreading-doing something
Guided Reading
Appropriate text selected
Teacher introduces text
Students read quietly/silently with guidance as needed
Talk about what's been read (comprehension and vocabulary)
Teacher assessment and follow-up
Use a book to create a reading lesson to provide the support a group of readers would need
What is Comprehension?
The action or capacity to understand something (i.e. text)
are
between
consists
continuously
corresponding
curve
draws
variation
graph
if
isolated
known
making
only
often
with
one
points
relation
set
table
values
variables

(Basic College Math, M. Michael Michaelson, 1945)
"If the known relation between the variables consists of a table of corresponding values, the graph consists only of the corresponding set of isolated points. If the variables are known to vary continuously, one often draws a curve to show the variation."
Last Serny, Flingledobe and Pribin were in the Nerd-link treppering gloopy caples and cleaming burly greps. Suddenly a ditty strezzle boofed into Flingledobe's tresk. Pribin glaped and glaped. "Oh, Flingledobe." He chifed, "That ditty strezzle is tunning in your grep!"
"Reading does not consist merely of decoding the written word or language; rather it is preceded by and intertwined with knowledge of the world"
- Freire
Schedule
Introduction and questions
Review Case Study Paper
Book promo
Intro comprehension
Discuss comprehension in different stages of reading
Preview next class
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