Definition of Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR)

Definition of Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR)

According to McCown (2013: 26) Collaborative strategic reading (CSR).  CSR is a reading intervention designed to teach students to practice and assume responsibility for implementing reading strategies before, during, and after reading

Based on Klingner and Vaughn (2008: 32) Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR) is an excellent technique for teaching students reading comprehension and building vocabulary and also working together cooperatively. I think it is wonderful. We have been using it with the social studies text and it is turned out beautifully

Bremer et. al (2002: 1) Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR) is a reading comprehension practice that combines two instructional elements: modified reciprocal teaching and cooperative learning or student pairing. In reciprocal teaching, teachers and students take turns leading a dialogue concerning key features of text through summarizing, questioning, clarifying, and predicting. Reciprocal teaching was developed with the intention of aiding students having difficulty with reading comprehension.

Hitchcock et. al (2011: 1) Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR) is a set of instructional strategies designed to improve the reading comprehension of students with diverse abilities (Klingner and Vaughn 1996). Teachers implement CSR at the classroom level using scaffolded instruction to guide students in the independent use of four comprehension strategies; students apply the strategies to informational text while working in small cooperative learning groups. The goals are to improve reading comprehension and conceptual learning so that academic performance also improves. Because CSR involves changes to teachers’ instructional practices, regardless of subject matter, it can be used with a variety of curricula and in a variety of settings.


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