Thursday, May 5, 2016

TOP Reading Engagement Strategies | Active Reading

TOP Reading Engagement Strategies to build reading comprehension and background knowledge

MY FAVORITE Reading Engagement Strategies is Socratic Seminars!
TOP Reading Engagement Strategies

Purpose | Socratic Seminars promote thinking, build background knowledge and make meaning, and the ability to debate, use text  and evidence, and build on one another’s thinking. When well designed and implemented, the seminar provides an active role for every student, engages students in complex thinking about rich content, and teaches students discussion skills. 

Reading Engagement Strategies Protocols and Resources
Engage New York Reading Engagement Strategies PROTOCOL Appendix: READING Protocols and Resources
Active Reading Protocols
4 Admit and Exit Tickets
4 Back-to-Back and Face-to-Face
5 Building Background Knowledge
6 Carousel Brainstorm
8 Chalk Talk
9 Concentric Circles (Inner Circle/Outer Circle)
10 Discussion Appointments
11 Final Word
12 Fishbowl
13 Gallery Walk/Hosted Gallery Walk
14 Give One, Get One, Move On (GoGoMo)
15 Give One, Get One, Move On (GoGoMo) – Written Version
16 Infer the Topic
17 Interactive Word Wall
18 Jigsaw
20 Mystery Quotes
21 Peer Critique
23 Popcorn Read
24 Praise, Question, Suggest
25 Quiz-Quiz-Trade
26 Rank-Talk-Write
27 Say Something
28 Science Talks
29 Socratic Seminar
31 Take a Stand
33 Tea Party
34 Think-Pair-Share (Ink-Pair-Share; Write-Pair-Share)
35 World Café
36 Written Conversation
37 Checking for Understanding and Ongoing Assessment Strategies
38 Cold Call
Equity Sticks
Four Corners
Glass, Bugs, Mud
Guided Practice
Hot Seat
Human Bar Graph
Learning Line-ups
Learning Logs
Milling to Music
No Opt Out
Presentation Quizzes
Red Light, Green Light
Release and Catch (Catch and Release)
Sticky Bars
Table Tags
Thumb-Ometer (and other -Ometers)
Tracking Progress
Turn and Talk
Whip-Around (Go-Around)
White Boards
Strategies for Building Academic Vocabulary
40 Components of Vocabulary Instruction
40 Guidelines for Selecting Vocabulary
41 Contextual Redefinition 42 Elaboration Techniques
43 Frayer Model
45 List/Group/Label
46 Semantic Webbing
47 SVES (Stephens Vocabulary Elaboration Strategy)
48 Word Sort
49 Vocabulary Squares
51 “Vocabulary Strategies” Anchor Chart (starter kit)
52 Additional Resources
53 Anchor Charts: Making Thinking Visible
53 Annotating Text
54 “Close Readers Do These Things” Anchor Chart (starter kit)
56 Helping Students Read Closely
57 Meeting Students’ Needs through Scaffolding
59 Rubric Basics
 • August 2013 • 4 Admit and Exit Tickets Purpose At the end of class, students write on note cards or slips.

Reading Engagement Strategies Protocols and Resources
Active Reading Engagement Strategies for Direct Instruction 
ELEMENTARY-HIGH SCHOOL Literacy Strategies That Encompass Active Engagement 
HIGH SCHOOL Instructional Strategies Motivate and Engage Students in Deeper Learning
K-12 Increasing Reading Comprehension and Engagement Through Concept-Oriented Reading Instruction

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