CRANFORD, NJ - The Cranford Board of Education will host a K-5 Parent Information Session on Using Reading Strategies and the Progression of Mathematical Operations, Thursday March 2, from 7-8:30 p.m., at Orange Avenue School.

The topics covered will include:
Using Reading Strategies When We Read
Learning to read is more complex than we think.  Proficient readers seldom realize the many reading strategies they use to understand texts.  The point of reading is to understand what we read.  It’s not just reading words correctly. In this parent session, Lorraine Madden, K-5 literacy coach, will help you understand the reading process and explain the variety of strategies children need to use to become skilled readers.  If you’re interested in learning how to help your child with the complicated work of comprehension, please attend. 

Comprehension Strategies:
- Monitoring meaning
- Using relevant prior knowledge, or schema
- Asking questions
- Inferring
- Evoking sensory and emotional images
- Determining importance
- Synthesizing

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The Progression of the four Mathematical Operations & Fractions
Are you interested in learning about the mathematical strategies your children are using in their classrooms?  Come join our district Math Coach, Greg Martucci, as he explores the progression of Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, and Fractions throughout the elementary grades.  This session will focus on the conceptual understanding of the four basic operations and the importance for students to visualize mathematics.

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