Sunday, August 7, 2011

It's Cyber Search Monday!!!




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I offered my Building Words Using the Reading Comprehension Strategies.  This activity contains 7 mini-lessons for building words, practicing spelling, and reviewing vocabulary. Each mini-lesson has word tiles for the seven reading comprehension strategies: asking questions, determining importance, inferring, making connections, summarizing, synthesizing, and visualizing. Each mini-lesson includes: a page of letter strips to reproduce for students, large letters for posting on the blackboard or on a pocket chart, and 10 questions to build words with the sentence strips. 

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5 comments:

  1. Thank you, Jennifer. How nice that "Monday" came early. I appreciate your participation. Have a great year.

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing a great product!

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  3. Thanks, Jen! I love making words activities. These will be great. Have a good school year!

    Jennifer
    Lifelong Learning

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  4. Thank-you! I hope everyone found something to use in their classrooms!

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  5. Jen-

    This is so great!!!! I would have never thought of this! Word study gets pushed to the wayside because of all the reading, but I WANT to do this!!! Thank you so much for your great mind and hard work! :)

    Shannon
    http://6thgradescottforesmanreadingstreetresources.wordpress.com/

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