Making Connections, Predicting, Questioning, Monitoring, Visualising and Summarising . . . better known as the ‘Super Six’! The ‘Super Six’ are strategies which can be used to teach the skill of comprehension.
Many of you may already incorporate these into your reading and listening/talking programmes.
CLICK HERE to download a printable sheet with an overview of the ‘Super Six’.
CLICK HERE for more information, from New South Wales, about the ‘Super Six’ including learning and teaching ideas to facilitate each of the strategies.
Education Scotland have more information regarding reading strategies, including guidance on The Thinking Reader and using The Thinking Reader Booklet.
Click the image above to access ‘Super 6’ displays and lesson ideas on Pinterest.
This list is in no way definitive, simply another tool that can be added to your literacy tool-belt. Leave a comment to let us know of any other comprehension strategies you develop in your classroom . . .