Effectiveness of question exploration to enhance students’ written expression of content knowledge and comprehension

Author: 
Bulgren, J. A., Marquis, J.G., Lenz, B. K., Schumaker, J. B., & Deshler, D. D.
Year: 
2009
The study examined the effectiveness of the use of a Questioning Instructional Routine in combination with an instructional graphic, a Question Exploration Guide, on students’ reading and writing outcomes. The intervention incorporated elements of three comprehension instructional strategies, which are summarizing, visualizing, and questioning. Overall, students who participated in the intervention outperformed students in the control group on comprehension and writing outcomes.
Type: 
Research
Common Core State Standards: 
Literature
Informational Text
Writing
Instructional Strategies: 
Self-Questioning
Summarizing
Visualizing

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