“Enhancing Comprehension Skills: A Review of Short Reading Passages & Graphic Organizers”
This book review highlights the effectiveness of “Short Reading Passages & Graphic Organizers” in improving comprehension skills. The article discusses the book’s purpose: to provide short passages and accompanying graphic organizers to enhance reading comprehension. It emphasizes the benefits of using graphic organizers as visual aids for organizing information and making connections. The review praises the book’s diverse range of passages and its user-friendly format. Overall, it recommends the book as a valuable resource for educators and students seeking to improve reading comprehension.
Patrice Badami 0:00
This is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to Tree parenting book review. So I have a book here. And it’s called Short Reading Passages and Graphic Organizers to Build Comprehension, and it’s for grades six through eight; it’s a great way to help your child to support them as they move forward and deal with DB cues that are a little more complex. Those are database questions as they get older. So this book covers finding the main idea, classifying information, comparing and contrasting sequencing, and understanding cause and effect. And these are all different skills they will build on as they move on in their educational journey. And this is just a great tool to have at home. Or you can even use this for the classroom to help the child that starts dealing with DBQ and learning about graphic organizers and how that helps them put their work and ideas together and make it less overwhelming by doing it in bits and pieces. Once again, short reading passages and graphic organizers to build comprehension for grades six through eight. It’s by Linda Ward Beech and is an excellent tool at home. You take it a little bit at a time. You could do one as the child’s doing their homework. You do one; you look the flip through the book and say how would you do this? Just something to have at home so that you can help them and reinforce what they’re learning at school.