Wondering what people are doing with the Middle Grades -- Gr. 7 / 8 / 9 with literacy to make reading comprehension a skill that kids can actively think about (metacognitive) and the types of exercises used? I am teaching at an international school in Tokyo and am wondering what others do around the world?

Thanks for any feedback on your methods that worked / didn't work and why?

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I use lots of literature circles. Literature circles allow students time to read and absorb silently and they allow students a motivations to read: discussion!

For more information, check out Harvey Daniel's books and Laura Chandler's website.
Hi Claire! I just replied to a post regarding fluency. I tutored a remedial 6th grade student last year with some very effective RTI (reading intervention) strategies-- check out the post: http://www.classroom20.com/forum/topics/649749:Topic:144104

If you still have questions or need help please don't hesitate to email me or find me on twitter :)

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