Visualizing and verbalizing picture to picture book

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Visualizing and Verbalizing Picture to Picture Easel Book - Nanci Bell - Google книги

Find out what works with children who have weaknesses in concept imagery or symbol imagery. A significant number of students who have well-developed phonemic awareness still have difficulty with rapidly perceiving sounds in words, and are slow to self-correct their reading errors. This difficulty is caused by weak symbol imagery — the ability to auditorily perceive and mentally image the sounds and letters within words. Individuals with weak symbol imagery often struggle with learning sight words and reading fluently in paragraphs. One simple way to reach a whole class of students is through a simple tweak of language.
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Comprehension Made Easy: Teaching Visualization with a Special Picture Book

Includes 42 illustrations for students to describe. Helpful teacher prompts for each picture and a built-in tabletop easel make this book a very useful tool.

Visualizing and Verbalizing: Q and A with Nanci Bell of Lindamood-Bell

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One important comprehension strategy that keeps readers engaged in text is visualizing , or making mental images. Included in this list, are books and poetry that use a mixture of the five senses to help kids make mental images while reading. Often times, picture books can be read without showing the pictures.

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