Engaging the Adolescent Learner
Reading and Reasoning:
Fostering Comprehension Across Multiple Texts
Douglas Fisher & Nancy Frey
Fisher and Frey discuss the unique characteristics of reading and writing across multiple texts and instructional approaches that support comprehension. They explain how summarizing, teaching causal relationships, and argument writing can engage and deepen secondary students’ complex thinking when comparing multiple texts and media, helping students acquire qualitative skills required in college and beyond.
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