Develop strategies for building comprehension through oral reading. This book divides the strategies up based on proficiency levels of English Language Learners, making it a quick reference for when you need to target a specific group of students.
Modeling our thinking for students is essential in helping them establish their own patterns of thinking that lead to deeper comprehension. This book explains the many different types of think aloud and gives examples of what they each look like in action.
This book delves into the research of teaching reading to ELLs, highlighting the most effective practices. The first chapter highlights general practices for working with ELLs and the sixth chapter gets into specifics on teaching comprehension. Other chapters deal with a variety of other aspects of reading such as fluency, vocabulary and phonics.