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Comprehension is not something that comes after decoding. Young children are capable of high level thinking and communicating if given the opportunity to learn and apply it.

Comprehension is not something that comes after decoding. Young children are capable of high level thinking and communicating if given the opportunity to learn and apply it.

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    • Comprehension: R ight F rom the S tart! Presented by Angela Maiers, 2009 Angelamaiers.com
        • Our Mission…
      Is to provide all students with a safe and productive environment that fosters life long learning and the skills necessary for success in a global digital world as learners, workers, and citizens.
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    • 3 Goals Defining Comprehension Comprehending Classroom Lessons In Comprehension
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    • Reading Instruction
    • Code Breaker Text User Meaning Maker Text Analyst/Critic 21 st Century Proficiency
    • T each T ext T alk T ask T ools T ime
    • Instructional Goals
      • Joy
      • Understand
      • Learn
      • Love
      • Participate
      • Listen/Reflect
      Reading Is…
    • Reading Is…
    • Comprehension as a Commodity?
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      • Believe
      • Talk
      • Expect
    • T eacher T alk
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      • I like the way____ used...
      • Can you share more...
      • Class, did you hear...
      • I love the way you...
      • I noticed when...
      • Your thinking is amazing...
      • How did you figure that out..
      • That is wonderful-tell me more...
      • How did you come up with that...
      • I am amazed and how you can...
      • When you____, I see....
      • That is so interesting...
      • I never considered it that way...
      • Thank you for stretching our thinking...
      • WOW! What a great way of seeing that...
      • Why is it you see it that way...
      • What helped you get there...
      • What is making you think of..
      When We Say….Students Feel?
    • The Power in Reading Aloud
      • Reading
      • Habitudes
      • Language
      • Schema
      Your Turn!
    • Inferring Imaging Questioning Monitoring Synthesizing Using Schema Det. Importance
      • The process of reading is not
      • a half asleep process…
      • Walt Whittman
      The reader must be ACTIVE.
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      • Respond
      • React
      • Reflect
      • Engage
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    • Enactment Strategies
    • Draw “ Aloud”
    • Topic (theme): Friendship
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    • Be… Impacted
    • Impact Others
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