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The lesson “Asking Questions to Increase Reading Comprehension” further develops the children’s study and reading comprehension skills by teaching them a new reading strategy – asking questions. Each child will analyze a newspaper article, using critical thinking and asking questions in order to fully comprehend and accurately respond to questions at the end of the exercise. The lesson includes guided instructions for the teacher, including preparation, a script, and suggested activities to facilitate further learning in a fun and interactive manner. This lesson is designed for children between 9-11 years, and is the 14th lesson in the 2nd Year “Critical Response to New Information” unit.
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