In the Article “Comprehension Strategies for Reading Historical Fiction Picturebooks” by Suzette Youngs and Frank Serafini in The Reading Teacher, October 2011 along with other important notes struck a chord with me: “Cognitively based reading comprehension strategies (e.g., predicting, summarizing, visualizing) often focus exclusively on written text. However, picture books and many other texts that [...]
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January 5, 2010 · No Comments · 21st century classroom, autobiographical, Blogging, history, inspirational, Miscellaneous, personal learning network
It is 2010 and my first post of the year. I have New Year’s resolutions! So far I am sticking with one and that is to lose 30 pounds. As a life time member of Weight Watchers, I am back. It was the year of 1996 I joined in January and lost about 36 pounds. [...]