During Reading / Literacy Strategies

Literacy Strategies: During Reading

The following strategies are often employed pre-reading, but they may be used at any time with adaptations. Click on the term below to read a brief summary of the strategy. To learn more, click on the title for each strategy.

Annotation  Frayer Model  Possible Sentences  Semantic Map
Chapter/Section Tour  Graphic Organizers  QAR  SSQ
 Classification Chart  Jigsaw  RAFT  Think-Alouds
 Comprehension Monitoring  Notetaking  Reader’s Theater  Visuals/ Visualization
 Concept Maps  Obstacle Course  Reciprocal Teaching  Word Maps
 Context Clues  Paraphrase  Reading Guides  Word Walls
 DRTA  Partner Reading  Response Journal/Notebook

Annotation

What is it?

How do you use it?

Thinking Skills:

Examples:

Resources:

Chapter/Section Tour

Classification Chart

Comprehension Monitoring/Coding

Concept Maps

Context Clues

DRTA (Directed Reading-Thinking Activity)

Frayer Model

Graphic Organizers

Jigsaw

Notetaking

Obstacle Course

Paraphrase

Partner Reading

Possible Sentences

QAR (Question-Answer Relationship)

RAFT (Role of the writer, Audience, Format, Topic)

Reader’s Theater

Reading Guides

Reciprocal Teaching

ReQuest

Response Journal/Notebook

Semantic Map

SSQ (Stop, Summarize, Question)

Think-Alouds (Metacognition)

Visuals/Visualization

Word Maps

Word Walls

What is it?

How do you use it?

Thinking Skills:

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