Asking Questions: Comprehension Strategies Through Interactive Story 2nd, 3rd, 4th Grade
In this one-time ELA reading skills class, students will listen to a Folktale and participate in dialogue using a comprehension strategy that will help them think more deeply about the story. This guided literacy instruction complements homeschool curricula.
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*This class will never be canceled due to low enrollment During this class your child will listen to and participate in dialogue about a Folktale retold by Charlotte Craft titled King Midas and the Golden Touch. This story's central message about greed provides learners an opportunity to interact and share their thinking. I will be focusing on one of the 7 keys to comprehension: Asking Questions, facilitating and modeling the strategy to help learners deepen their thinking about the story....
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30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Virginia Hillman, BS. Ed.
Certified Elementary Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
231 total reviews
482 completed classes
I am a certified teacher with over 25 years of experience teaching elementary students. I have found such joy over the years sharing my love of children's literature, teaching literacy skills, and sharing dialogue with children about books....