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Ed Reading Vocabulary and Comprehension Notes

by: Brooke Kuersten

Ed Reading Vocabulary and Comprehension Notes EDRD 400

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These notes cover what strategies to use in the classroom to help teach vocabulary and comprehension.
teaching of reading in today's schools
Amy Leitza
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brooke Kuersten on Wednesday April 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EDRD 400 at Ball State University taught by Amy Leitza in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see teaching of reading in today's schools in Education and Teacher Studies at Ball State University.

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Date Created: 04/06/16
WHAT STRATEGIES DO WE WANT TO SEE IN VOCAB & COMPREHENSION INSTRUCTION? Vocabulary Instruction: Comprehension Instruction:  Experience­ multiple exposures   Making Connections  Making connections ­ other things   Discussions we know to keep use from losing  the word.  Modeling­ thinking aloud  Context­ see the word  Predicting  Apply­ make it meaningful  Activating background knowledge  Lots of different learning styles   Making Inferences represented through different  activities  Asking Questions­ different types  of questions  Want students to see the purpose in  what they are doing  Want students to have enough time What not to include during vocab  instruction:  Tracking thinking  Drill and memorization  Visualizations ­ using different  senses  Metacognition­ take what children  are thinking and restate   Academic Vocabulary ­ end up  talking like readers and writers,  have to be talked to like readers and writers


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