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What is Close Reading?

Instructional elements that are commonly included in a close reading lesson include:

  • Close Reading is usually with short texts or articles

  • Close Reading often accompanies a unit of study, rather than being an isolated topic of study

  • Close Reading is ACTIVE reading:

    • Students should be able to mark the text (with pens, with post-its)
    • Often, students are asked to read once without marking, and RE-READ with marking/annotations
    • Questions accompanying a close read should be text dependent, not experience dependent

Overview of Close Reading with Doug Fisher:

"Comments on the Common Core"

written by Eye On Education's Senior Editor, Lauren Davis.

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