Literacy Strategies: Post-Reading

The following strategies are often employed post-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.

ANSWER Fishbowl Reaction Guide
Discussion Web Last Word Semantic Feature Analysis
Cue Questions QAR  Story Map
Exit Slip Quick Write

ANSWER (Analyze, Notice, Set-Up, Work in Details, Engineer, Review)

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Discussion Web

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Cue Questions (Bloom’s Critical Thinking)

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Exit Slip

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Fishbowl Discussion

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Last Word

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QAR (Question-Answer Relationship)

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Quick Write

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Reaction Guide

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Semantic Feature Analysis

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Story Map

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