I enjoyed writing my post on Ideas for Using Inference so much that I thought it would be fun to do a link up for Reading Strategies! I am using the term Reading Strategies to refer to strategies students can use before, during, and after reading to improve their understanding. Some examples include: visualizing, questioning, making connections (text to self, text to text, text to world), finding the main idea, summarizing, and predicting.
Hopefully, you will find many great ideas to use with your students here. If you have a Reading Strategy blog post or freebie, you are welcome to link it up! Just follow the guidelines below. Of course I would also be thrilled if you became a follower of Minds in Bloom.