Reading Strategies
Reading Strategies
This active reading strategy links concept of highlighting key words and phrases in a text and annotating those highlights with marginal notes.
Reading Strategies
Reading Efficiently by Reading Intelligently
Good reading strategies help you to read in a very efficient way. Using them, you aim to get the maximum benefit from your reading with the minimum effort. This section will show you how to use six different strategies to read intelligently.
This is a directory of strategies that can be used in the classroom.  I have compiled these from a methods course.  I know that it may seem pretty redundant...but you might find some thing you like!
Content Area Reading Strategies:
Twenty Thinking Strategies Readers Use to Comprehend Nonfiction Texts
Explore the thinking strategies students need to use before, during, and after reading to improve comprehension of nonfiction selections
We call these habits strategies. Strategies help readers understand, connect to, and determine the importance of what they are reading
Teaching Strategies
In this section, techniques critical for FCAT success, including the ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information are provided. Each strategy includes an overview that can be presented to a class as a student activity
Reading Strategies. Reading Tips for Academic Success ... Question what you are reading . . . what are the main points of the text? ...
Teaching Strategies
In this section, techniques critical for FCAT success, including the ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information are provided. Each strategy includes an overview that can be presented to a class as a student activity
Reading Strategies
What Do Good Readers Do?
What Can You Do to Become a Better Reader?
Reading in the Upper Grades. Teaching Strategies Comprehension. Learning Walls ... Anticipation Guide Strategy. Before, During, and After reading strategy
STRATEGIES TO BECOME A BETTER READER

Here are important reading strategies students can use before, during and after reading:
How to Help With Oral Reading
The most important reading strategy we want our students to adopt is to decode, or "take a shot." We want students to focus on the spelling and use the