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3-2-1 Comprehension Strategy

Strategy demonstration- EDU 742
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marie jacinto

on 16 September 2012

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Transcript of 3-2-1 Comprehension Strategy

Lesson objective:
Students will practice using the 3-2-1 comprehension strategy to read informational text. Marie Jacinto EDU 742 3-2-1 Comprehension Strategy Using Gail Gibbons' book, Frogs as the informational text, the teacher will model a whole group lesson on how to use the
3-2-1 Strategy. Here is the full text of Gail Gibbons book, Frogs. Preparing to teach the strategy

blank easel paper, marker
copy of Frogs by Gail Gibbons
blank 3-2-1 strategy chart enlarged on paper, or transparency or whiteboard Lesson Overview

Before reading:
Students will- Think, Pair, Share* what we know about frogs

During reading:
Teacher could- Clarify vocabulary, information as it occurs in text

After reading:
Teacher will- Show 3-2-1 chart
Students will- Think, Pair, Share about what they learned about frogs.
After reading a nonfiction text or article, (in this lesson, I used Frogs, by Gail Gibbons) introduce the 3-2-1 chart to the class. How to:
The 3-2-1 Strategy 2 Use the same approach as in "step a".
Sample student response for the book Frogs might be
"most frogs jump ten times their body length". b) Write 2 interesting things about the topic For the text, Frog, a sample question students might have is "How long do frogs live?"
Again, use the same procedure as in "step a". c) Write 1 question you have about the topic using the Gradual Release of Responsibility (GRR) model, the teacher will determine when her students are ready to move away from whole group lessons on the 3-2-1 strategy
practice 3-2-1 strategy in small groups using nonfiction text at the students' level
review 3-2-1 strategy briefly during a whole group lesson and have students use the strategy to read an article by themselves Follow up lessons For this particular lesson, the students will turn to their Think Pair Share* partner and share what they learned about frogs.
Partners will share their ideas with the class.
The teacher will choose 3 ideas to write on the class 3-2-1 chart.


Copy and paste the link below into your browser window and it will take you to the Reading Rockets website and an explanation of the Think Pair Share strategy. Scroll down on that page to view a video of TPS in action in a primary classroom.

http://www.readingrockets.org/strategies/think-pair-share/ a) Write 3 things that you learned about the topic 3 1 Alvermann, D. E., Momtero, M. K., Swafford, J. (2004). Content area literacy Instruction for the elementary grades. Boston, MA: Pearson.

Gibbons, G. (1994). Frogs. New York, NY: Holiday House.

Weimer, M. (2012). Reading informational text using the 3-2-1 strategy. Retrieved from http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/reading-informational-texts-using-951.html?tab=4#tabs References: "Strategic readers need to be able to differentiate between important and less important information in their daily reading..." (Alvermann, D. et al., p. 30)
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