Going Deeper with Reading Power: Five Reading Power Strategies to Use in Your Classroom Right Away

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While many students can make “quick connections” and ask “random questions” when they read, how can teachers nudge students into a more deeper way of thinking through text? In this follow up session to her Reading Power workshop, international speaker, teacher and author Adrienne Gear will outline the five Reading Power strategies: Connect, Question, Visualise, Infer and Transform. She will then share ways to help students make more meaningful connections and ask more thoughtful questions while they read. Adrienne’s sessions are always very practical, and you will leave with lessons you can use in your classroom right away.  


Objectives and Outcomes 
  • Practise comprehension strategies.
  • Understand metacognition.
  • Practise explicit instruction and teacher modelling.
  • Learn strategies for enhancing understanding.
  • Learn about literacy for primary year levels.

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SKU CONF2019EAA
Session Session 2 - 11:30am - 1:00pm
Day Day 2
Strand Literacy

While many students can make “quick connections” and ask “random questions” when they read, how can teachers nudge students into a more deeper way of thinking through text? In this follow up session to her Reading Power workshop, international speaker, teacher and author Adrienne Gear will outline the five Reading Power strategies: Connect, Question, Visualise, Infer and Transform. She will then share ways to help students make more meaningful connections and ask more thoughtful questions while they read. Adrienne’s sessions are always very practical, and you will leave with lessons you can use in your classroom right away.  


Objectives and Outcomes 
  • Practise comprehension strategies.
  • Understand metacognition.
  • Practise explicit instruction and teacher modelling.
  • Learn strategies for enhancing understanding.
  • Learn about literacy for primary year levels.