Reading Strategy Posters Freebie Hi everyone! There are 9 strategy posters in all: Last year I wrote a long ish post about how I use my reading strategy posters and how I teach these strategies.
Reading Strategy Posters Freebie Hi everyone! There are 9 strategy posters in all: Last year I wrote a long ish post about how I use my reading strategy posters and how I teach these strategies. You can click on the picture below to see that original post. I decided to copy and paste the older post to this post since it's related.
This was originally posted on November 18, I introduce these decoding strategies one by one. I model the strategy during read aloud, shared reading and guided reading groups. During guided reading groups, I introduce the strategy and model how to use it. We practice together using parts from our book or using sentences that I make up.
Right before they read their books, I always remind them of what their strategy focus is. While they are all reading, I will check in with a student and listen to them read. Some groups may catch on quicker than others so you may want to spend more time focusing on a strategy with certain groups.
At the end of the guided reading, I always point out to the group all of the good things I saw when I read with each of them. I'll give examples of how each student used a strategy to figure out a word.
For example, "I saw Bobby skipped the word "does" and then went back and reread. After he got his mouth ready, he figured it out. Even though students have learned all the strategies, they still need to practice applying them in a guided setting.
With some groups, I may have a particular strategy that we will be focusing on together. Above is a picture of a mini sized strategy card right above my student's book. She is chunking that last word on the page.
At this point in the year, we've been practicing this particular strategy for a while, but this is her strategy focus. Before she can ask for help, she has to try this strategy.
These pictures are my older strategy cards that I made forever ago! I made new ones for you all with frames and updated clip art In this picture, there are three strategy cards because this student is working on using these three strategies together.
This student relies mainly on phonics so she often uses the strategies "sound it out" and "look for chunks". As you know, this doesn't really help her when she gets to sight words that aren't phonetic.
I have her use those strategies together. Sam does not have fun. So, she skips it, reads the rest of the sentence, goes back and rereads the sentence.
Ways to use mini-cards:Print these reading strategies for your kids and guide them how to make reading become easy habit. Use these reading strategies free and make your children more encouraged and assisted in their reading activity.
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Design and planning resource for classroom teachers, instructional designers, and professors of education. The glossary lists, describes, and provides links for over educational strategies.
I teach high school math, but teachers of other subjects and grade levels should be able to find some useful posters as well for their classrooms.