Parrot in the Oven: Think Aloud
A think aloud activity is a great way for readers to develop critical thinking skills. This resource models for readers how to use this strategy to think critically about a passage from Victor Martinez's Parrot in the Oven.
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- The strategy may be used with any text
- The 11th in a series of 12 resources designed for Victor Martinez's novel
- Step-by-step directions, a paragraph from the novel, and model questions are included in the resource
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