What's the Big Idea? Main Ideas in Reading Comprehension
This class focuses on pulling out the main idea of a given text, how we can support the main idea, and how to classify details to describe the main idea through visual mapping. This serves as an excellent jumpstart for written responses.
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Students will be given short and long text excerpts within the 600-800 Lexile reading levels and asked to indicate both the main idea and supporting details. Students will classify details that help with inference about text meaning and main ideas. Students will be able to use visual mapping to distinguish main ideas and organize supporting details. They will sequence events, conduct character and theme anchor charts to assist in comprehension. This class is taught through a direct...
Students will be able to: 1. identify the main idea and supporting details 2. classify details 3. complete sequence of events 4. pull sections of the selection to support inferential comprehension 5. complete thinking maps for character, theme, sequence, and supporting details 6. write summary sentences and short responses
Learner will need to print off visual maps and comprehension sheets for in-class assignments.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Danielle BryanK-12 Special Education, K-8 Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science Teacher
127 total reviews
472 completed classes
Hello everyone! I have 24 years of experience teaching students with special needs and abilities across the K-12 spectrum. I have also taught K-8 core curriculum, such as reading, math, social studies and science. I am now a district...