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Super Six Reading Comprehension Strategies Poster Pack

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 7 pages | Years: F - 6

A pack of posters which explain the Super Six reading comprehension strategies.

This pack includes the following posters:

  • Title poster – Super Six Reading Strategies
  • Making Connections – What do I already know about this topic?
  • Monitoring – Is this making sense? Do I need to read this again?
  • Visualising – What sights, sounds and smells am I imagining as I read the text?
  • Predicting – What do I think will happen?
  • Questioning – What questions can I ask to help create meaning from the text?
  • Summarising – What are the most important ideas in the text?


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  • Michelle Jenkins

    The inferring and predicting posters are the same, is this correct??

    • Stephanie (Teach Starter)

      Yes, Michelle, the text is the same. Two different options have been provided as some teachers use the terminology 'predicting' and some use 'inferring'.

  • Jonathan Fisher

    Thank you! :)

  • Jonathan Fisher

    Hello, A comment about the pack, specifically the 'inferring' poster (this is the same with the other comprehension strategies pack). What is the rationale behind describing the skill inferring as a reader questioning what they think and feel about text? I am under the impression that inferring is a bit different to that. Inferring is using a reader's own background knowledge as well as clues from the text to work out what is not explicitly stated. Example: Ann dribbled the orange ball down the court. We can infer that Ann is playing basketball because the text says she is on a court, and the ball is orange. We also know ourselves that basketball is played with an orange ball. At no point during that process am I asking myself what I think and feel about the text. To me, that process is more evaluating than inferring. I'm a little confused as I don't see the connection between that and the poster provided above. Thanks for clarifying Jonathan

    • Leanne Nield

      Hi - Jonothon is super correct here - inferring and predicting are completely different.. Can you direct me to the posters that include inferring as I find this to be the skill that many children need to put the most work into.

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      Hi Jonathan Thanks for your comment, you make a really great point! We've updated the pack now to include an alternate version of the inferring poster. Cheers - Shanelle

  • Stephanie (Teach Starter)

    Hi Ben, Thank you for your comment. We actually have another pack of reading comprehension posters available; this pack includes a poster for the monitoring strategy. You can download it here: https://www.teachstarter.com/teaching-resource/reading-comprehension-strategies-poster-pack/ I hope this helps! - Steph

  • Ben Wiggins

    Hi, could you please make a 'Monitoring' card/poster as this was one of the original Super 6 Startegies. It could read, 'Stop and think about the text.' Thanks guys.