Break Down Comprehension Strategies by Subskills
Reading comprehension instruction targets six ways to think about texts. This includes how to:
- retell and summarize the author's ideas,
- determine the main idea of a passage,
- visualize author ideas,
- question and evaluate the author's choices,
- make connections,
- and synthesize bigger ideas.
However, NONE of these comprehension strategies is taught in a single mini-lesson.
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