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Strategy Document: Peer Reading for Comprehension

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Peer Reading for Comprehension

Peer reading is a routine used by many teachers in different classrooms. This strategy document shows how the routine can be sued to develop and support reading comprehension and skill development.

The peer reading strategies outlined in this document have been informed by the I ASK U model, which is closely aligned to essential elements of the PYP – Approaches to learning. There are strategies that support and develop each of the I ASK U areas through the peer reading routine.

I – Interests: Choice and Voice: Supporting agency and choice in the learning process.

A – Attitudes: Relationships: The relationship learners’ have with beliefs, ideas or perspectives of being a learner.

S – Skill: Processes and strategies: Skills and strategies that support learners engage in the learning process.

K – Knowledge:  Knowledge and facts: Details, facts and knowledge about a topic or process.

U – Understanding:  Concepts: Supporting learners’ meaning making and enabling learning to become portable in problem solving situations.

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Peer Reading for Comprehension

Peer reading is a routine used by many teachers in different classrooms. This strategy document shows how the routine can be sued to develop and support reading comprehension and skill development.

The peer reading strategies outlined in this document have been informed by the I ASK U model, which is closely aligned to essential elements of the PYP – Approaches to learning. There are strategies that support and develop each of the I ASK U areas through the peer reading routine.

I – Interests: Choice and Voice: Supporting agency and choice in the learning process.

A – Attitudes: Relationships: The relationship learners’ have with beliefs, ideas or perspectives of being a learner.

S – Skill: Processes and strategies: Skills and strategies that support learners engage in the learning process.

K – Knowledge:  Knowledge and facts: Details, facts and knowledge about a topic or process.

U – Understanding:  Concepts: Supporting learners’ meaning making and enabling learning to become portable in problem solving situations.

Reading that supports critical thinking requires the reader to make connections and understand that there can be more than one idea, answer or perspective in any given text or that can be found represented in other texts. Critical thinking is about finding ways of solving problems by making connections and being thoughtful of all the seen and hidden ideas. Critical reading in peer reading situations, can aid the student sin developing deeper understanding of the texts and greater potential to practice skills and stay focused.

In our daily lived lives, critical thinking can help us take action in ways that is respectful of our self and others.

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