Make and Adjust Predictions; Use Text to Confirm–Assessment


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To predict, readers tell what they think will happen in the story; to confirm, readers find out whether their predictions were true, partially true, or way off. Using this strategy helps readers make connections to the text, think ahead, and become more engaged.

The following guide will help teachers assess student performance of the strategy.

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