SUPER SIX MAKING CONNECTIONS
Making Connections - Super Six Comprehension Strategies
Making connections is thinking about the text in relation to ourselves, other texts, and the world (Keene & Zimmerman, 2000). The ability to make connections provides the basis for learning, as students connect new information with their own experiences.
Super Six Comprehension Teaching Resources, Worksheets
The Super Six framework focuses on working with making connections, monitoring, visualising, inferring/predicting, questioning and summarising. This collection has not only posters and visual displays to use in your classroom, but also a large range of texts with associated questions that encompass the Super Six Comprehension strategies.
Super Six Comprehension Strategies - Home
The Super Six Comprehension Strategies are used by good readers to get the most out of their reading experience. Students need to be taught these strategies explicitly to become good readers. The Six Comprehension Strategies are: Making Connections Visualising Summarising Questioning
Use ABC Reading Eggs to teach the 'Super Six
The “Super Six” comprehension strategies: 1. Making Connections. Students are encouraged to make personal connections from the text with: something in their own life, another text or something occurring in the world. Students focus on making connections in various activities via the Library and My Lessons.
Using the Super Six Strategies in Music—Making Connections
Using Making Connections and the Super Six Resources to help your students from Jooya Teaching Resources. The Super Six Comprehension Strategy known as Making Connections, is one of the easiest for students to understand and use independently. I have some FREE Super Six Posters over in my store for you to download.
SUPER SIX STRATEGIES - Making Connections - YouTube
Click to view on Bing5:39Making Connections Activity for silent reading. How to Teach Your Child to Read English Fast & Fluent, Best English Phonics Reading Methods For Kids - Duration: 21:25. Ace Mentor 249,526 viewsAuthor: James du PlooyViews: 136
Super Six Reading Comprehension Strategies - Question
A set of question cards to use when working with the Super Six reading comprehension strategies. Use these question cards when working with groups of students or as questions prompts for students who may need some extra assistance with a particular strategy.
10 Ways to Use the Super Six in the Music Classroom—Making
Making Connections and the Super Six. Welcome to this post, I hope to share with you how I have and still use the Super Six in my classroom. I have been using the Super Six since 2012, and I simply cannot teach without using these strategies – simply because they work!
Super Six Comprehension Making Connections | Comprehension
Teach the skill of Making Connections with this Super Six Comprehension Setudes;1) A poster for each connectionText to TextText to SelfText to World2) Thinking stems for each connection3) BookmarksCan be used as A4 posters or scaled down for student prompt cards a question?
Super Six for Comprehension . . . | HIGHLAND LITERACY
Making Connections, Predicting, Questioning, Monitoring, Visualising and Summarising . . . better known as the 'Super Six'! The 'Super Six' are strategies which can be used to teach the skill of comprehension. Many of you may already incorporate these into your reading and listening/talking programmes. CLICK HERE to download a printable sheet with an overview of the 'Super Six'.