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March 17, 2023

Reading Strategies: Remember It With a Bookmark

This video highlights a reading comprehension strategy that promotes student discussion and interactive critical thinking cued from questions on a teacher-provided bookmark. The bookmark guides students in text analysis and leads to increased comprehension of fiction and nonfiction. It’s a handy, visual learning tool designed to boost discussion for readers at all levels.

Reflection Question: How could you use the bookmark to differentiate instruction?
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