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Inferencing strategies, narrative discourse and the grade six average reader a teaching study by Shauneen O"Shaughnessy

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  • Reading (Elementary)

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Statementby Shauneen O"Shaughnessy
ContributionsUniversity of Alberta. Dept. of Elementary Education
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 220 leaves
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27273313M

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  The average Lexile level of textbooks, LL, does not consider the more wide range of student reading Lexile levels that may range from 3rd grade (L to L) to 12th grade (L to L). The same can be said for the wide range of reading for students in English classes, which contributes to low reading comprehension. English Language Teaching; Vol. 6, No. 3; ISSN E-ISSN Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education 82 Inference Strategies to Improve Reading Comprehension of Challenging Texts Damrong Attaprechakul 1 1 Thammasat Univeristy, Bangkok, Thailand. k, k Use reading strategies to monitor comprehension g I dentify the characteristics of a variety of genres. e Draw conclusions and make inferences a-d E ngage in writing as a recursive process, choose audience, use prewriting strategies, organize to fit topic. a-c T he student will self and peer edit for subject-verb agreement.   Comprehension 1. COMPREHENSION Grades K-3 Strategies for Reading Comprehension By: Gina Femino and Charlotte Letendre 2.