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Think aloud _description_20110830_132957_25

  1. 1. Adapted from: Why Didn’t I Learn This in College?, Paula Rutherford, Just Ask Publications & Professional Development, 2009, p. 134 Think Aloud What This strategy is typically paired with the Read Aloud where the teacher thinks out loud to model how to comprehend a passage. Why Reading is an invisible process. Thinking aloud for students demonstrates what goes on in the brain while comprehending text. How Before reading, identify the points that you want to Think Aloud (hint: write your Think Aloud ideas on sticky notes and flag sections of the book). As you read the passage, stop and Think Aloud about the passage. Do not interact with the students during the Think Aloud time. Different Think Aloud ideas include modeling the following: • Remembering what you’ve read • Making predictions • Making connections to other text, yourself, or the world

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