Expand your student’s reading comprehension skills and assist them in developing a deeper understanding of the texts they are reading using these Reading Comprehension Strategy Posters. Each poster features a child-friendly definition of the reading strategy with the option with or without a visual to accompany it making them perfect for use in your ELA lessons across multiple grade levels all year round.
These stylish comprehension strategy posters have been designed using warm, neutral tones to match the Daisy Gingham Classroom Decor Collection and will assist in furthering your students’ critical thinking skills whilst they read.
Choose from two designs and enjoy 9 informative posters covering key reading strategies such as Inferring, Visualizing, Connections, Questioning, Summarizing, Monitoring, and Predicting.
- Comprehension Strategies Heading Posters
- 2 designs to choose from - with and without supporting images
- 9 Reading Comprehension Posters which include the following reading strategies: Inferring, Visualising/Visualizing, Text to Text Connections, Text to Self Connections, Text to World Connections, Questioning, Summarising/Summarizing, Monitoring, and Predicting. (Please note the varieties of spelling to cater to American and Australian Classrooms)
Each poster has a cute graphic and a definition/summary of the comprehension strategy.
Comprehension posters are in colour and A4, however, can also be printed in A3 in your printer settings.
Blank Editable Spare versions (see thumbnail) have also been included to allow teachers to create posters to suit their classroom needs.
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