Middle School-High School Overview

Middle School-High School Overview

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In adolescence, students are ready to be intrigued by thinking about their own thinking and eager to demonstrate their independence. Reading Apprenticeship helps teachers seize on these developmental opportunities. Students engage metacognitive processes to unlock complex disciplinary text, and learn how to learn.

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Grade 9 Academic Literacy

Students in Cindy Ryan’s academic literacy class practice Thinking Aloud in a whole class metacognitive conversation. These students have shed self-consciousness about being confused, and may instead ask each other, “How did you figure that out?”


CONTENT SPECIFIC TO MIDDLE SCHOOL–HIGH SCHOOL