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Instruction Strategies

Ten Goals of Strategic Teaching

  • Assist the reader to make connections.
  • Model and mold thinking readers.
  • Incorporate multiple student literacies into and across school curricula.
  • Enable readers to attack, digest, and understand multiple text structures.
  • Differentiate instructional practices to meet individual student needs.
  • Incorporate instruction for comprehension throughout content areas.
  • Engage students through opportunities for understanding.
  • Provide opportunities for students to set their own goals for learning.
  • Create an instructional environment that allows for continuous scaffolding of instruction.
  • Make connections between performance on content-area assessments and classroom. strategies for understanding materials.

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