Reflection for Reading – Using Comprehension Strategies

Today you will need to reflect on your independent reading.
Post a comment discussing what comprehension strategies you used, and how these helped you as a reader.

10 thoughts on “Reflection for Reading – Using Comprehension Strategies

  1. I used infering and questioninging which i used for my Talk to the Author on Trust Me which is a book about a boy who comes from the wrong side of town.

  2. I used synthesising for my synthesising wheel. I think this helped me as a reader by giving me a betters understanding of what the character is thinking and feeling.

  3. Today I used inferring, questioning and determining importance. The inferring helped me because I was using my sticky notes to create an engaging response. Questioning helped me because I was asking some thing about the characters which was Matilda. The things I asked we’re why did Miss Trunchbull throw a boy out the classroom window.

  4. I have used comprehension strategies to do my reading.

    I used synthesising to track my thinking and get my synthesising done to get ready to tip up. I have used the successful and I follow the reading process

  5. I used synthesising for my synthesising wheel. I think this helped me as a reader today because it gave me a better understanding of the character and his feelings.

  6. I used OWI and it helped me because naw I have a better understanding of the book and a OWI and I think it helped me alot i think that I am sucsesfull at it.

  7. I used sticky notes to track my thinking down and I was inferring and I was writing the persons thinking and feelings. It helped me to learn because if I write down my inferring I can see what the answer is.

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