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102 Reading Response Lessons
Improving Comprehension Skills for Test Day--and Beyond



November 2005 | 312 pages | Corwin
Faced with the daunting task of helping her students raise their reading comprehension scores, the author developed a process that would help her students dismantle even the most challenging comprehension questions and respond in clear, sophisticated paragraphs.

Using the author's 5-step process (a process that requires 30 minutes twice a week), teachers will help their students improve their critical literacy skills for standardized tests-and for their futures.

 
Preface
 
Acknowledgments
 
About the Author
 
Section 1: Guiding Reading Response in Your Classroom
 
1. An Introduction
 
2. Planning and Implementation
 
3. Lesson Plans
 
4. One Rubric for Every Response
 
5. Data Collection
 
6. Suggested Texts
 
7. Anchor Pieces for Selected Questions
 
8. Independent Reading Logs
 
Section 2: Comprehension (An Understanding of What Was Read)
 
9. Comprehension of Narrative Texts
 
10. Comprehension of Informational Texts
 
11. Comprehension of Functional Texts
 
Section 3: Application (Organization, Clarification, Conclusions)
 
12. Application of Narrative Texts
 
13. Application of Informational Texts
 
14. Application of Functional Texts
 
Section 4: Analysis (Compare Content to Personal Experiences)
 
15. Analysis of Narrative Texts
 
16. Analysis of Informational Texts
 
17. Analysis of Functional Texts
 
Section 5: Synthesis (Organizing the Content in New Ways)
 
18. Synthesis of Narrative Texts
 
19. Synthesis of Informational Texts
 
20. Synthesis of Functional Texts
 
Section 6: Evaluation (Making a Judgment)
 
21. Evaluation of Narrative Texts
 
22. Evaluation of Informational Texts
 
23. Evaluation of Functional Texts
 
Resources
 
Index

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Preface

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Kristin Noelle Wolfgang

Kristin Wolfgang currently teaches at Ka’u High and Pahala Elementary in Pahala, Hawai’i and serves as the grade level chair. She is a member of her school’s inservice training team and has also served as a cooperating teacher for preservice teachers. Wolfgang is a member of the Hawai’i Island Writer’s Association (HIWA), the Hawai’i Island and International Reading Association (IRA). She writes short fiction, children’s fiction, poetry, and essays, and is a founding member of the Sundae Writers. More About Author

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