Close reading is a valuable classroom practice to encourage students to read a text multiple times in pursuit of developing rich comprehension of the material as a whole. With each successive reading, the first being general, the teacher can provide students with a strategy to achieve success with one of the Arkansas State Standards. Students are empowered with strategies to reflect upon meanings of individual words and sentences, assess how a point of view or purpose shapes the content and style, as well as how to analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas interact throughout the sequence of a text. Ultimately, the students can explain the central idea or theme as well as supporting details. Teachers will learn how to map lessons to encourage close reading.
Please join Arkansas Public School Resource Center in welcoming Ms. Judie Caroleo from the 95 Percent Group. Her expertise will provide participants with knowledge about the science of reading, ideas for developing phonological awareness, the ability to create strategy based lessons for teaching upper elementary phonics, as well as teaching students the importance of analyzing the morphology of words. As teachers intertwine these elements together, students will be equipped with the ability to read and comprehend fluently. Teachers will be able to create a classroom of successful readers!
Intended Audience: 3rd-6th literacy teachers
Presenter: Judie Caroleo, 95 Percent Group
Host: Elizabeth Hall Shock