Table of contents for Strategies that work : teaching comprehension for understanding and engagement / Stephanie Harvey, Anne Goudvis.

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Contents
List of Strategy Lessons
Foreword by Donald Graves
Acknowledgements
Introduction to the Second Edition
Part 1 The Foundation of Meaning
1.	Reading is Thinking
2.	Reading is Strategic
3.	Effective Comprehension Instruction: Teaching, Tone and Assessment
4.	Tools for Active Literacy: The Nuts and Bolts of Comprehension Instruction
5.	Text Matters: Choice Makes a Difference
Part II Strategy Lessons
6.	Monitoring Comprehension: The Inner Conversation
7.	Activating and Connecting to Background Knowledge: A Bridge from the New to the Known
8.	Questioning: The Strategy that Propels Readers Forward
9.	Visualizing and Inferring: Making What's Implicit Explicit
10.	Determining Importance in Text: The Nonfiction Connection
11.	Summarizing and Synthesizing Information: The Evolution of Thought
Part III Comprehension Across the Curriculum
12.	Content Literacy: Reading and Understanding Social Studies and Science
13.	Topic Studies: A Framework for Research and Exploration
14.	Reading to Understand Textbooks
15.	The Genre of Test Reading
Part IV Resources That Support Strategy Instruction
Appendix A Great Books for Teaching Content in History, Social Studies, Science, Music, Art, and Literacy
Appendix B Magazines and Web sites 
Appendix C Professional Journals for Selection of Children's Books
Appendix D Assessment Interview with Fourth Graders
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Reading comprehension.
Reading (Elementary).
Thought and thinking -- Study and teaching (Elementary).
Children -- Books and reading.