The relationship between reading skills and reading strategies is important to consider as teachers design individual strategy lessons to support bigger concepts or skills that elementary students need to apply. This article highlights three reading strategy lessons that were designed and implemented by preservice teachers to support students in the elementary classroom. The reading strategies supported the skills of communication, summarizing, and reading comprehension. The lessons were effectively planned and executed because they connected to the students’ lives and interests, facilitated communication, and focused on the lesson objective.
Morphis, Elizabeth A.
"Creating Strategies: Designing Lessons for the Elementary Classroom,"
The Montana English Journal: Vol. 42
, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umt.edu/mej/vol42/iss1/3