Leave no discipline behind

Jones, Raymond C.; Thomas, Timothy G.
September 2006
Reading Teacher;Sep2006, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p58
Academic Journal
The article discusses various reading comprehension strategies. Teachers can use various comprehension strategies without neglecting the social studies skills and concepts of students while enhancing their language arts skills. The comprehension strategies presented in the article apply automatically to content across the curriculum. They include vocabulary acquisition using word and definition maps, descriptive and persuasive writing using the Role, Audience, Format and Topic method and paragraph frames and story mapping.


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