Part 2: Proficient readers are flexible and strategic (13:12)

We explore what it means to construct meaning, and to be a flexible and strategic reader.
We analyze the multiple sources of information that we use to understand a sentence, and then we examine more closely the three information systems that we teach children to use to support their processing of text. We conclude by noting the importance of recording the miscues that children make, and of the reciprocity between reading and writing.