For a student to be considered a good reader they must go beyond decoding words. Without comprehension, students who are fluent decoders are just "barking at the print." Visualization is a strategy good readers use to make mental pictures in their mind about what is happening in a text.
This huge unit includes everything you need to not only teach this strategy but review and revisit it throughout the year.
Included: definition, teacher notes, 3 classroom posters, visualizing mini-lessons, extension lessons, multiple graphic organizers to support lessons, practice pages, 7 review activities, visualizing song, pictionary game cards.
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