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How will you use following approaches (Learning logs, questions games, and writing about reading) when teaching content area?:

1. Learning logs are vehicles for students to think about concepts in reading and writing, to reflect on learning that has occurred during class or outside reading and research, to process new understanding, and to assess depth of new content knowledge.
2. Questions Game was created to help students acquire self-questioning strategies. Students develop text-, self-, and world-based questions related to an assigned reading and then share these questions as part of a discussion with peers.
3. Writing about reading.

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How will you use following approaches (Learning logs, questions games, and writing about reading) when teaching content area?:

1. Learning logs are vehicles for students to think about concepts in reading and writing, to reflect on learning that has occurred during class or outside reading and research, to process new understanding, and to assess depth of new content knowledge.
Learning logs are very effective for making the students consider the reasons why they are studying this particular topic, or this particular novel. This is similar to what happens when students are given the actual curriculum standards for their subject, and asked to analyze which ones are the most important, which ones are ancillary, or subject in depth material, and which ones are just details that might could be skipped if time runs short. This analysis of what they are learning opens student's eyes to the reasoning behind what they see in their daily ...

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Learning logs, questions games, and writing about reading explained, with suggestions for classroom use.

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