It was a rainy day in Shenzhen and, while the world outside of our school was cast in a sleepy shade of grey, Level5 was awash with light and bright colors. Today we read a research paper about small group reading comprehension intervention. We used a mind map to pull out ideas that resonated with us and discussed how the research applied to the work we do with students in reading. Here are our notes from the first couple pages of reading and the team in action:
We also enjoyed a Make-and-Take activity were we shared 3D organizers and paper crafts which can be used to support students' efforts to visually represent their thinking. We can't wait to see some of the strategies we discussed in action within our classrooms!
Scholin, S. E., Haegele, K. M., & Burns, M. B. (2013). A small-group reading comprehension intervention for fourth- and fifth-grade students. School Psychology Forum, 7(2), 40-49.
Leave a Reply.