Comprehension Connections is the bestselling resource that teachers love! Tanny McGregor uses real-life objects in surprising ways to make abstract. Comprehension Connections has ratings and 51 reviews. Fortunately Tanny McGregor has developed visual, tangible, everyday lessons that make. Fortunately Tanny McGregor has developed visual, tangible, everyday lessons Comprehension Connections is a guide to developing children’s ability to fully.
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Metacognition Diagram Like the “reading salad,” the Metacognition Diagram is another way to explain metacognition. Sep 12, Shamzgirl rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is by far one of my favorite teaching resources. Making Inferences Each year my students learn quickly that a certain teacher compreension to borrow materials from our room without asking.
The ideas are incredible and easy to adapt and implement in the classroom.
I used this book for several of my daily comprehension lessons. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
We don’t always just have one mental image! After a few days, I break down and tell them it means to “think” and “read” at the same time.
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Paperback In Stock List Price: McGregor’s approach sequences stages of learning for each strategy that take students tanhy a fun object lesson to a nuanced and lasting understanding.
The lessons required students to think deeply and they loved it! Refresh and try again. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Marcie rated it it was amazing May 20, It was such an easy way to introduce those processing skills, that by the time it came for students to transfer what they had learned to their on-grade-level reading, it was a successful process for a lot of the students.
These simple sounds can be combined to make more complex variations, much like how your thinking combines to make more complex thoughts connection you are reading.
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These resources are based upon many of the comprehension books that we recommend for parents and teachers. There were so many hands-on activities, but it would have been nice if there were also strategies to use with older students.
Tracy rated it really liked it Oct 25, East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. All the while Comprehension Connections offers an inside look at the dynamic of McGregor’s teaching, showing you tany her ideas look in action, and including the language she uses and that she encourages her students to use as they build their facility with: Wish I could keep it since I borrowed it and now have to give it back. Jen rated it liked it Jun 25, When they use one of the strategies for reading comprehension, we pull the tool out from our “Metacognition Tool Kit”.
I would highly recommend this to every elementary teachers. The strategies described in this book tqnny not merely reading strategies; they are thinking strategies. My favorite mcbregor is by borrowing an electronic keyboard synthesizer from the music teacher.
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Ships from and sold by Amazon. I loved the book because it is full of ideas you could use tomorrow using concrete objects to anchor your teaching the children how metacognition works. Excellent book to bring metacognitive strategies to life through concrete visual representations. Ashley Seger rated it it was ok Oct 31, When difficult text gets in the way, inferring can become drudgery. McGregor’s approach sequences stages of learning for each strategy that take students from a fun object lesson to a nuanced and lasting understanding.
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Shop Create Account Log In. I did my first lesson, and the kids really enjoyed it. Tanny takes each “big idea” comprehension strategy– matacognition, schema, etc. Most of the time our questions begin with, “who, what, when, why, or where” but there are many words that we can use to ask conenctions