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Comprehension is an elusive skill to teach.  The research on comprehension indicates that there are six strategies that good readers use to construct meaning from what they read. Research also indicates that students who receive this direct instruction will be better able to monitor their own understanding.


This packet outlines those six strategies and contains materials for students and the teacher.  Pieces of the packet can be used as classroom artifacts/posters for students to use as reference.


Here’s to Happy Kids and Happy Teaching!




What is included in this packet?

  • Cover page
  • Information for the teacher
  • A breakdown on each of the six strategies ~ can be used as posters/artifacts in the classroom
  • Samples of how to model the six strategies
  • A graphic organizer
  • Credit page
  • Terms of Use



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By purchasing or downloading this file, you agree to the following terms of use. This resource is to be used in one single classroom ONLY. If you need to use it in multiple classrooms, please purchase additional licenses.


Copying, reproducing, or sharing any part of this document in any form is forbidden and a violation of the Copyright Act. However, you can:

  • Make copies for your personal use as an educator.
  • Make a single copy to keep for back up.
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Thank you for respecting my work. I hope you will continue to visit Chalk Dust and Dreams and enjoy using my products with your students.