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User 546530
User 546530
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9/27/2013
User 546530
User 546530
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I am wondering if can we allow/prompt students to re-read the text before answering the comprehension questions. The accuracy would be determined on the first read-through.
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Ruth J
Ruth J
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9/29/2013
Ruth J
Ruth J
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My understanding is that you do not prompt them to reread or look back at the text BUT if the child initiates it, it's okay. The way I see it is that you want to see what the child's comprehension strategies are just as you do with the accuracy piece.
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Ruth J
Ruth J
Posts: 10


9/29/2013
Ruth J
Ruth J
Posts: 10
My understanding is that you do not prompt them to reread or look back at the text BUT if the child initiates it, it's okay. The way I see it is that you want to see what the child's comprehension strategies are just as you do with the accuracy piece.
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Ruth J
Ruth J
Posts: 10


9/29/2013
Ruth J
Ruth J
Posts: 10
My understanding is that you do not prompt them to reread or look back at the text BUT if the child initiates it, it's okay. The way I see it is that you want to see what the child's comprehension strategies are just as you do with the accuracy piece.
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Ruth J
Ruth J
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9/29/2013
Ruth J
Ruth J
Posts: 10
OOPS!!!!!!!!! Didn't mean to post that 3 times!!:)
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User 547320
User 547320
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10/3/2013
User 547320
User 547320
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I think we should allow the students to re-read as they will become more accurate. I, myself is a reading tutor so I can understand what you want from your student, as reading comprehension and passage only makes students more accurate and thorough.
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