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1 Embedded Reading Michele Whaley and Laurie Clarcq

2 The purpose of language used in communication is to put a picture in the heart, and/or mind of another person.

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6 Any text can be used to create an Embedded Reading: Articles, Books, Stories, Poetry, Editorials, Poems, Conversations, Songs etc….

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15 1. By creating a base reading and adding details and information to create additional versions. 2. Pulling details and information out of a longer reading to create shorter, simpler versions.

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20 Audience: Teachers Learning About Embedded Reading

21 Structures: wanted to teach decided to try to

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23 Audience: Teachers Learning About Embedded Reading Dave is a teacher. He decided to try to find a job. Dave wanted to teach in an important university. He found a job.

24 Dave is a teacher. He decided to try to find a job. Dave wanted to teach in an important university. He found a job. Dave wanted to teach and went to TeachersRUs University to study. It’s a unique university. Now Dave is a teacher. He decided to try to find a unique job. Dave thought that he wanted to teach in an important university in London, England. But, he found a job someplace else.

25 Dave is a teacher. He decided to try to find a job. Dave wanted to teach in an important university. He found a job. Dave wanted to teach and went to TeachersRUs University to study. It’s a unique university. Now Dave is a teacher. He decided to try to find a unique job. Dave thought that he wanted to teach in an important university in London, England. But, he found a job someplace else.

26 Step 4: Ideas When? today, on Friday, last year, next summer How? very, quickly, easily, on a train, nervously Which (one)? blue, favorite, this/that, the best How often? always, never, six times, every day Common phrases: all of a sudden, next, well… Dialogue: said “…” thought “….” Questions: What happened next? Additional verb: discovered/saw/realized that

27 Dave wanted to teach and went to TeachersRUs University to study. It’s a unique university. Now Dave is a teacher. He decided to try to find a unique job. Dave thought that he wanted to teach in an important university in London, England. But, he found a job someplace else.

28 Two Ways to Create an Embedded Reading!!

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38 Each year, the participants at NTPRS get the unbelievable opportunity to see their colleagues show off a myriad of talents at the annual Open Mike Night. This usually takes place Thursday night at the conference venue and is often the highlight of the conference!! What kind of talents do participants share? Well in past years, we have seen, and heard, poetry readings, comedy, juggling, singing, dancing, skits and even more! Have you heard the song “Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer”? Well the original author of that song has appeared and entertained us all with his talent. Are you and your students Sr. Wooly fans? He has performed for us too!! All week participants have been signing up to contribute to this one-of-a- kind event. You will definitely relax, laugh, sing along and be touched by the performances that you see. If you are interested in performing, there is still time! No talent is to big nor too small and individuals or groups are welcome. Come and join us Thursday evening, we are saving you a seat!! It is a not-to-be-missed event! Be sure to bring your camera!!

39 Each year, the participants at NTPRS get the unbelievable opportunity to see their colleagues show off a myriad of talents at the annual Open Mike Night. This usually takes place Thursday night at the conference venue and is often the highlight of the conference!! What kind of talents do participants share? Well in past years, we have seen, and heard, poetry readings, comedy, juggling, singing, dancing, skits and even more! Have you heard the song “Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer”? Well the original author of that song has appeared and entertained us all with his talent. Are you and your students Sr. Wooly fans? He has performed for us too!! All week participants have been signing up to contribute to this one-of-a- kind event. You will definitely relax, laugh, sing along and be touched by the performances that you see. If you are interested in performing, there is still time! No talent is to big nor too small and individuals or groups are welcome. Come and join us Thursday evening, we are saving you a seat!! It is a not-to-be-missed event! Be sure to bring your camera!!

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