Friday, January 2, 2015

Comprehension Conversations

Comprehension Conversations
The single largest predictor of a child's success in reading and writing is experiencing large amounts of text.

When reading at home with your child, ask
them questions to help them think about their book.
  Some ideas are:

* What was the problem in the story?
* Talk about how the character felt at the beginning of the story and the end of the story. 
* Why do you think --- did ---?
* What was the real reason the character ---?
* Why do you think --- happened?
* In addition to the main part of the book, what are some of the other ways the writer told information about ---?
* What was the most important idea in the book?

* What were some of the facts that you learned from your book? (non-fiction)

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