- Making Connections-Good readers connect what they know with what they are reading.
- Predicting-Good readers think about what's going to happen and make predictions based on what they know and what they have read.
- Questing-Good readers ask themselves questions when they read.
- Monitoring-Good readers stop to think about their reading and know what to do when they don't understand.
- Summarizing-Good readers identify the most important ideas and restate them in their own words
- Visualizing-Good readers picture what is happening while they read.
Learning to read can be fun at home, too! Ms. Mercil's writing clubs take BRCVPA Book Bags home to read and enjoy with their families. Here are some tips for improving both reading fluency and comprehension:
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