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Case Study 2: Reading Strategies

Mr. Joyce is concerned about several of the students in his English classes. Below are some of the notes he’s made on these students in preparation for parent-teacher conferences.

This activity contains 7 questions.

Question 1.
Which of Mr. Joyce’s students seems to be having the most difficulty with comprehension?

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Question 2.
Jenny’s reading problems seem to center around issues related to:

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Question 3.
Louis’s use of storyboarding best illustrates what type of strategy?

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Question 4.
Which student most likely learned to read from a phonics-based program?

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Question 5.
Which student most likely learned to read from a whole-language based program?

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Question 6.
Which student would benefit most from explicit strategy instruction in text processing?

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Question 7.
Which students most need instruction in metacognitive strategies?

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