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Online Reading Strategies

Online Reading Strategies This PowerPoint presentation makes clear the reasons for specifically teaching online reading strategies, as well as giving examples of how to teach these skills. Many slides also provide links to websites which provide practice for the particular skill being taught. The
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Online Reading Strategies


This PowerPoint presentation makes clear the reasons for specifically teaching online reading strategies, as well as giving examples of how to teach these skills. Many slides also provide links to websites which provide practice for the particular skill being taught. The outcome of teaching these strategies is to turn "passive readers" into "strategic readers."

Debbie Abilock, NoodleTeach: Teaching Intelligently


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