Readers in Room 123 have been learning about visualizing: creating mental images based on the words in a text. Using this comprehension strategy helps readers become more engaged in and focused on fiction text. Some readers describe it as “making a movie in your mind.”
Recently, students listened to Robert Frost’s Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening and developed their own images based on this poem. As you watch, notice both the similarities and the differences between the paintings.
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