Using Picture Books to Teach Comprehension Strategies by Joanne M. Zimny

June Theme: Professional Books Related to Picture Books

With summer beginning for some teachers, and just around the corner for others, I thought I would take this month to post professional books that may be of use when using picture books in the classroom.

Recommended Grades: 2-5  

Using Picture Books to Teach Comprehension Strategies: 30 Lessons That Teach Students the Six Comprehension Strategies They Need to Actively Engage With Text and Read for Meaning is a fantastic resource if you are looking for additional lessons to teach visualizing, questioning, making inferences, making predictions, determining importance or summarizing.  This book provides 30 lessons related to key comprehension strategies that students need to actively engage with text.  Lessons include books by Jane Yolen, E.B. Lewis, Eve Bunting, Chris Van Allsburg, Robert San Souci, Mem Fox, and Nikki Giovanni among others!

©2010 by Dawn Little for Picture This! Teaching with Picture Books. All Amazon links are affiliate links and may result in my receiving a small commission. This is at no additional cost to you.

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