Howdy! Jen Bradshaw
here fromDo you have students that have the ability to read words, but struggle to remember what they read?
Can your students correctly answer basic questions, but have a difficult time when the questions require a deeper understanding?
It sounds like your students may not know how to make connections to text. For our kiddos to be real readers, they must know how to actively make deep connections to the text they are reading.
If you are looking for a very simple way to boost your students' reading comprehension TODAY, then you can't live without these three reading strategies!
1. Text-to-Self Connections: A connection between the book and your life experiences.
2. Text-to-Text Connections: A connection between the book and another book or text you have read.
3. Text-to-World Connections: A connection between the book and events in the real world.
Click on one of the Text Connection anchor charts above to get your FREE copy and read more about how to improve reading comprehension.
Enjoy and Best Wishes!