7 Keys to Comprehension: How to Help Your Kids Read It and Get It! (2020)

7 Keys to Comprehension: How to Help Your Kids Read It and Get It! Susan Zimmermann Chryse Hutchins Keys to Comprehension How to Help Your Kids Read It and Get It It s simple If children don t understand what they read they will never embrace reading And that limits what they can learn while in school This fact frightens parents worries teachers and ultimate
  • Title: 7 Keys to Comprehension: How to Help Your Kids Read It and Get It!
  • Author: Susan Zimmermann Chryse Hutchins
  • ISBN: 9780761515494
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
7 Keys to Comprehension: How to Help Your Kids Read It and Get It! Susan Zimmermann Chryse Hutchins It s simple If children don t understand what they read, they will never embrace reading And that limits what they can learn while in school This fact frightens parents, worries teachers, and ultimately hurts children.7 Keys to Comprehension is the result of cutting edge research It gives parents and teachers those who aren t already using this valuable program practicIt s simple If children don t understand what they read, they will never embrace reading And that limits what they can learn while in school This fact frightens parents, worries teachers, and ultimately hurts children.7 Keys to Comprehension is the result of cutting edge research It gives parents and teachers those who aren t already using this valuable program practical, thoughtful advice about the seven simple thinking strategies that proficient readers use Connecting reading to their background knowledge Creating sensory images Asking questions Drawing inferences Determining what s important Synthesizing ideas Solving problemsEasily understood, easily applied, and proven successful, this essential educational tool helps parents and teachers to turn reading into a fun and rewarding adventure.
7 Keys to Comprehension: How to Help Your Kids Read It and Get It! Susan Zimmermann Chryse Hutchins

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  1. ConnieKuntz

    Here is another enjoyable book that promotes critical thinking I get a kick from these books because they help me prepare the kids to work closer with experts, academics, and teams By now you have heard about how panicked society gets at the thought of how un socialized homeschooled kids are Eeeeek The horror of it all I don t really understand what all that fuss is all about, but I do care that my kids will be able to work on teams, and be a part of their communities Since I m here, I d like to [...]

  2. Olivia

    This seems like a good pace to start in learning about reading comprehension strategies I would whole heartedly recommend it to parents As a teacher, I love it s clarity I am interested to compare it with recent research on reading comprehension to see how closely if matches research proven, high impact activities and methods in teaching comprehension.

  3. Ali

    Great book that reminds us of the components needed to create a successful reader as well as insight into helping these skills become tangible for our young readers.

  4. Refine Lubis

    this book is full of tips for teachers and parent who keen to help their kids improve reading comprehension however i find this book is good for adult too basically this book emphasize the importance of being an active reader it suggested to activate our analysis, our visual imagination, asking questions, draw conclusion and relate what we read with our own personal referenced like things we read in the past, movie we watched, places we went, food we ate etc this book is nicely organized, there [...]

  5. Nan

    Ever since Stephen Covey published The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, everyone everywhere has been looking for the 7 somethings to success The result is usually a book that costs a lot and says very little This book is no exception Instead of stating 7 different paths to comprehension, the book states 1 thing over and over and over again get involved with your child s learning and model good reading Its reading lists are great Its approach is superficial It assumes a certain normalness [...]

  6. Rhonda

    I read this book for a class on how to help students be better readers I knew a lot of the information already, but it did contain good tips and ideas as well as an extensive list of material to help children work on each key I only gave it four stars because of my background If I was a parent reading it to help my child, it would have been a 5 star book because it was written for parents without an education background than for teachers I highly recommend to anyone who wants to help their chil [...]

  7. Brynn

    This is an absolutely excellent book for understanding the basics of reading Geared towards parents than teachers, this title still covers the information in a clear, concise manner with specific examples It also avoids being wordy or using complicated language The authors make an effort to ensure that most readers will walk away with further knowledge of how kids begin to really read meaning comprehend and what small, manageable things every parent can do to encourage that growth This is a boo [...]

  8. Natalie

    This went along with our professional development at work It presents some good ideas and would be a good overview for someone just beginning to teach reading There are better choices that outline comprehension strategies to teach however Choose Debbie Miller s Reading with Meaning or Stephanie Harvey s Strategies that work.I found this book to be of the same.

  9. Tamara

    I think I would like to make copies of the crafting session notes, as well as the book list Good tips, great examples This is mostly common sense for good readers, but good readers children need guidance too I am sure I can apply lessons from this book to my work at school and reading at home with Nicco.

  10. Angie Miller

    I highly recommend this book to anyone teaching children to read It gives simple explanations for a extremely complex skill The authors give recommendations and ideas on how to help increase areas needed to improve reading skills I highly recommend this book for anyone that wants to help improve reading comprehension in those they are working with.

  11. Michael Brockley

    In 7 Keys to Comprehension, Susan Zimmerman and Chryse Hutchins have written a practical how to for teachers and parents that provides not only tips on how to use the seven research based reading comprehension strategies, but also a chapter devoted to repairing comprehension breakdowns.

  12. Detroitangel

    I ve read this twice for a book study through my childrens school The teachers adopted these tools and have had a great response.It is very easy to follow and gives great references for activities.

  13. Dawn

    This is one of the best for helping children comprehend and thoroughly enjoy reading It s a must for teachers and parents It has the potential to change how you as an adult read and certainly how you share reading with the children in your life I keep coming back to it again and again

  14. Amy

    Im reading this to help one of my boys with his comprehension Excellent thought here on HOW to develop a reader and YES it can be taught I think it has strengthened my win reading and I m already using it with the boys Definitely recommend.

  15. Nancy

    Probably the easiest to read professional book on teaching reading comprehension strategies maybe because it s pitched to parents rather than to teachers I highly recommend it, especially to new elementary teachers.

  16. Katie

    This book is a wonderful resource for teachers and parents Along with each comprehension strategy, Susan Zimmermann lists some children s literature that can help teach each particular skill I would recommend it, and I will be referencing this for many years to come, I am sure.

  17. Judith

    Good book for both beginning teachers and parents The authors give some clear directions and ideas for how to teach reading strategies The authors stress the importance of comprehension as a major necessity for readers of all levels.

  18. Kelly

    Should be referred to often Clear steps to comprehension Emphasis on reading Practical classroom applications.

  19. Kirsten

    So far it s going real well, an easy read that has some great tips for teaching children to read, and enjoy it.

  20. Elisabeth

    I read this for work, but its great easy to read and helpful on how to help kids understand what they read.

  21. Tracy

    This probably was a really good read for the beginning teacher or parent However a lot of things mentioned I already knew about I did take away a couple of new strategies.

  22. Monica

    Great book Broekn down wonderfully This book is a great tool for not just language arts teachers but a great book for any subject I can use a lot of these keys in the science classroom as well.

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