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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Cues, questions and advanced organizers use prior knowledge to prepare students for what they are about to learn. Teachers guide students from the "known" into the "unknown" by activating prior knowledge, asking questions, and using explicit clues & graphic organizers. Students mustdraw from: -Knowledge -Experience-Clues in text ExpositoryNarrativeGraphicSkimming Use KWL technique: -Know -Want to Know -Learned Cues, Questions, and Advanced Organizers Using explicit clues Askinganalytical questions Asks, How are these: -Similar? -Different? -Related?" From Marzanos 9 Instructional Strategies Melanie Snow Students must analyze the relationship between: -situations -ideas -events Asking inferential questions Activating priorknowledge When using this strategy, one is: Students will "fill in" missing information to make inferences about: -things, -people, -actions -events Sources:Beesley, A. D., & Apthorpe, H. S. (2010). Classroom Instruction That Works, Second Edition: Research Report. Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL). Englert, C. S. (2009). Connecting the Dots in a Research Program to Develop, Implement, and Evaluate Strategic Literacy Interventions for Struggling Readers and Writers. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice (Wiley- Blackwell), 24(2), 104-120. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5826.2009.00284.xHoover, C. (2006). Research-Based Instructional Strategies. School Library Monthly, 22(8), 26-28. Jitendra, A. K., & Gajria, M. (2011). Reading Comprehension Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities. Focus On Exceptional Children, 43(8), 1-16. Students must: -analyze errors-construct supports -analyze perspectives -Graphic -Expository -Narrative-Advance Skimming Help students focus on what is important Key Findings Expository advance organizers showed the strongestoverall effect. Provide students with a preview of what they are about to experience Using various forms of organizers Studentacheivementis increasedwhen connectionsare madeto priorknowledge.
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