Comprehension skills continue to focus on critical and appreciative levels Literary skills applied Study skills: skimming, scanning, encyclopedia use, concordance Oral and silent reading McGraw Hill Education, Publisher
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
Reading pictures: Listening comprehension: literal, interpretive, critical and appreciative Perceiving concepts: beginning/end, first/second/last, hard/soft, fast/slow, left/right, small/medium/large, over/under Sequencing Continues picture reading and listening comprehension: Predicting outcomes Answering questions after silent reading Comparing Sequencing events Following directions Perceiving concepts: up/down, high/low, in/out Strengthens skills of Beginnings A and B: Drawing conclusions Developing vocabulary Perceiving relationships: […]
Traditional literature, realistic and fanciful prose and poetry; vocabulary development and enrichment; auditory memory; literal, interpretive, critical and appreciative picture interpretation and listening; dictation of experience charts, artwork labels, story endings, and poem titles.