• Silent reading
  • Reading comprehension: answering literal, interpretive, critical, and appreciative questions
  • Identifying characters and setting
  • Noting about a character
  • Reading for the main idea
  • Predicting outcomes
  • Sequencing events
  • Developing creative thinking
  • Contrasting and comparing
  • Drawing conclusions
  • Recognizing rhyme, similes, analogies, and onomatopoeia
  • Phonics for reading: consonant blends
  • Developing word recognition skills.

McGraw Hill Education, Publisher

Grades: 01

Level: Standard

Subject: Reading


Beverly Reed