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Visualizing text

I’ve argued that being able to create images, story worlds, and mental models while one reads is an
essential element of reading comprehension, engagement, and reflection. In fact, without
visualization, students cannot comprehend, and reading cannot be said to be reading. (Jeffrey D.
Wilhelm, 2004)
  
Visualizing text is a crucial skill for students because if they can get the picture, often they’ve got the
concept. When students don’t get pictures in their heads, the teacher may need to think aloud and
talk them through the ideas in the text, explaining the pictures that come to mind. Visualization can
help students to focus, remember, and apply their learning in new and creative situations. It is an
invaluable skill in subjects such as Math, Science and Design & Technology, where understanding
spatial relationships can be a key to solving complex problems.

Purpose
•  Promote comprehension of the ideas in written texts by forming pictures in the mind from the
words on the page.

Payoff
Students will:
•  reread and reflect on assigned readings.
•  develop skills for independent reading.
•  improve focus and attention to detail.
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