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Rebecca McVey
Getting Lost-Re-Jean
Sat May 30, 2015 23:25

Jean, I like what you said about asking relevant questions. I remember talking about the idea of "text talk" in one of my reading classes. Instead of asking questions like "what color was" or "what time of day was it" we need to start asking "why did they do this" or prediction questions which we have already discussed can be difficult.

I feel that it is important to always encourage students to "step back" I have seen a cooperating teacher break every story she read into beginning, middle, and end and when she said "this is the last page in the beginning, she would have students recap. This helped them step away from minor details and begin to look bigger picture.

  • Getting Lost in the Details - Jean Milton, Fri May 29 10:25
    I remember Dr. Schlagal talking about this, but he wasn't addressing students with ASD specifically. I remember him saying that sometimes when students are reading and they have this deficit to do... more
    • Getting Lost-Re-Jean - Rebecca McVey, Sat May 30 23:25
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