Scaffolding Instruction to Support All Readers

See how TeachingBooks is used in educational spaces! Written by the TeachingBooks professional development team and guests, these posts are designed to offer ideas for using the resources and tools on TeachingBooks.


Scaffolding Instruction to Support All Readers

Consider these strategies to enhance engagement and comprehension of assigned texts using the resources on TeachingBooks. Design the literary experience before, during, and after reading a book.

Pre Reading 
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Introduce a lesson with Christopher Paul Curtis’ Meet-the-Author Movie to build interest and create a purpose for reading.

Photo of Christopher Paul Curtis
During Reading 
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Create a jigsaw activity using Kate DiCamillo‘s interviews to compare and contrast voice and content.

Photo of Kate DiCamillo
Post Reading
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Have students demonstrate characterization of a chosen text using the book trailer for All the Bright Places as a model.

All the Bright Places

What’s working for you?

How are you using TeachingBooks to scaffold your literacy instruction? Leave your ideas in a comment below!

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