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Reading comprehension strategies posters

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One of the keys to teaching reading comprehension is showing kids how proficient readers think about text. Teachers have to find a way to make their thinking visible.

Freebie! One of the keys to teaching reading comprehension is showing kids how proficient readers think about text. Teachers have to find a way to make their thinking visible. One way is with graphic organizers.

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Reading comprehension strategy posters - free and easy to print. These will look great in your classroom. Work on reading and keep moving forward.

Reading comprehension strategy posters - free and easy to print. These will look great in your classroom. Work on reading and keep moving forward.

Good Reader Poster now available for download on TPT!

Description This engaging poster illustrates the strategies good readers use. The poster utilizes a brain-based strategy of connecting content to parts of the body to enhance retention! Strategies highlighted on the poster are: inferences, predictions, questioning, thinking, importance, visualizing, schema, text structure, synthesizing, purpose, and monitoring comprehension. This is a companion product to my Good Reader, Good Mathematician, and Good Scientist posters available in my TPT…

Reading Strategies for Students

There are many strategies we use as fluent readers, but students learning to read need help learning these strategies. Students sometimes use one, two, or more of these strategies to help them decode an unknown word. Keep in mind that each student develops at their own rate. For example, a student who may not have all of their letter sounds down may have trouble tapping out a word, while a student who knows all their sounds might be able to 'look for chunks' in words or 'flip the vowel'. It…

Main Idea Anchor Charts & Posters by Teacher Karma | Teachers Pay Teachers

Description This Main Idea FREEBIE was designed to provide your students with the knowledge to understand topic, find main idea, designate details, and improve overall comprehension skills. You may use the printables as either anchor charts or posters. Just perfect for your test prep toolkit. If this free product is a good fit for your students, please check out the coordinating main idea lessons, interventions, and activities: Main Idea Resource BUNDLE Using this Main Idea FREEBIE in your…