FREE Self-correction Reading Posters
These posters provide a common language that scaffolds students as they learn to self-correct their reading mistakes. When your students are able to catch and correct their own miscues their ability and confidence will skyrocket!
These posters feature two simple questions that will help early readers become more independent. In addition to the essential questions, the posters feature sample miscues that illustrate the difference between a visual miscue and a meaning error.
The scaffolded language on the posters is intended to teach students the following:
Page One: Good readers catch mistakes. They ask themselves:
Good readers know there is no shame in making mistakes and that the best thing to do is simply notice, fix and move on. This also teaches students that good readers think metacognitively
Page Two: Does that look right?
Good readers notice visual mistakes, they notice if what they read didn’t match the letters in the word.
Page Three: Does that make sense?
Good readers make meaning of what they are reading, they notice if something doesn’t fit with the storyline or picture cue..
º Explicitly model teacher miscues and self-corrections during shared reading on the document camera
º Use the questions as guided reading lessons
º Challenge students to find teacher miscues and evaluate the miscue for meaning or visuals
º Teach students to use posters as a nonjudgmental way to correct partner miscues during buddy reading
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