By Roberta L. Sejnost, Sharon M. Thiese

This advisor provides research-based thoughts that permit secondary lecturers to extend adolescent studying whereas assembly criteria through incorporating analyzing, writing, and significant pondering into content material instruction.

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It reproduces asexually by division, sometimes called binary fusion. 11 Example of Word Mystery for Biology The Case: He is a military leader who gave hope to thousands during the Depression by working tirelessly to create reforms in labor laws and housing. Although he did not fight in World War II, he delegated power to others to fight. The Question: Who is the man and what did he do? The Clues: 1. The man governed New York. 2. He was an expert in creating political policies. 3. He worked with Winston Churchill.

In effect, students in these content areas need to be able to apply the ideas they read about to actual real life situations. As discussed above, various processes and skills are required for successful comprehension of the narration and exposition found in the various content area disciplines. In addition, each of those content disciplines presents certain comprehension challenges as well. While the following sections will provide a series of strategies that will equip students to become strategic learners, we first need to understand how to best help students effectively learn these strategies.

3. After writing their paragraphs, students read the text. 4. After reading the text, students read their paragraphs and mark the terms they used accurately. 5. If needed, students can write a second paragraph to compare and contrast the examples. 15 for an example for literature. 18 on page 40 provides a reproducible master for this strategy. Story Impressions for Biology: Genetics Use the words below to write a paragraph of your version of what the text might say. 14 parents Gregor Mendel hereditary factors DNA each cell inherited gene two copies characteristics one of each chromosome each parent Example of a Story Impression for Biology Teaching Specialized and Technical Vocabulary Story Impressions for English: A Separate Peace Use the words below to write a paragraph of your version of what the text might say.

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