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Student Strategy Chart Seattle

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  • 1. Strategy Posters – Reading & Writing Olympic View Elementary Fall 2009
  • 2. Sent in by a 1 st grade parent
    • Hi __,
    • __ might be embarrassed if she knew I told you, so I'm telling you this in confidence ;-). This weekend, __ played "teacher" for hours, setting up her easel in front of her dolls, clipping paper to it, and instructing them on reading, writing, math, and science. When she was done, I found these handwritten instructions that she had made all by herself as part of her instruction. I thought you might get a kick out of seeing them since they must echo what you're saying in class, so I scanned them for you to see.
    • __
    • __'s mom
  • 3. What Good Readers Do
    • Read to self
    • Point to the words
    • Check the pictures when you come to a tricky word
    • Get your mouth ready to say the beginning sound when you come to a tricky word
    • Reading is thinking!
    • Pay attention to what is happening in the story
  • 4. What Good Writers Do
    • They sound out words
    • They reread what they wrote
    • Use pictures & show action
    • Don’t write “and then…and then…” They use periods.
    • You have to remember to do these things when you write.

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