Increase retention by applying critical reading strategies to digital text, images, and video.
Most students and teachers are comfortable reading and marking up a printed paper document. We have done this for years and are now good at it. But what happens when this process shifts to a digital platform? How do we mark up a computer screen? How do we make annotations on a video? During remote learning, these become important questions since many (if not all) of our classroom resources are only available digitally.
This is not just a trend in schools. Everywhere we turn, text is published digitally. There are more websites available than ever. Companies are printing manuals on paper less and less, and even major news outlets publish primarily online. To be successful in this digital world, our students need to be taught how to apply critical reading strategies to digital information. As teachers, we must be intentional about teaching these skills.
To help you get started, this collection will provide you with concepts, strategies, and tools to share with your students. Use these resources to empower your students with the skills they will need to be critical consumers of digital content.
Incorporate Strategies for Critical Reading and Digital Marking of Text
Explore strategies and tools that will help students critically read and mark up digital documents, PDFs, and websites.
Incorporate Strategies for Critical Reading of Video and Digital Images
Teach students to “read” videos and digital images with the critical reading process that they use when reading texts.
Take It Further With Online Literature Resources
Discover online resources to help plan and teach lessons about literature.
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