Reading Super Powers

posted Sep 16, 2010, 1:04 PM by Patrick Johnson
This week we have discussed a lot of things good readers do. Students also were asked to observe readers at home and tell the class some of the things they noticed (for example reading a variety of materials, reading to relax, reading to other people, borrowing books from the library, reading online etc.) Today we talked about the super powers good readers have. We discussed good readers have very busy brains. They making connections, ask questions, visualize, make inferences and are transformed. We will be discussing these reading powers in detail throughout the year.