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1 Grouping: 5 in a group DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

2 Reading Strategies Objective: To develop students’ reading strategies To develop students’ reading strategies Reading as a tool for thinking and learning Reading as a tool for thinking and learning DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

3 Do you think about what you read? As you read silently, think about the 5 Reading Strategies: DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

4 5 Reading Strategies: 1.Predict 2.Visualize 3.Question 4.Summarize 5. Connect DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

5 1. Predict I predict… DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

6 1. Predict What do you think will happen? Prove it!What do you think will happen? Prove it! Resources: Anticipation Guides, Anticipation TemplateAnticipation GuidesAnticipation Template DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

7 1. Predict Foreshadowing (clues)Foreshadowing (clues) DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

8 1. Predict Red Herring (false clues)Red Herring (false clues) DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

9 2. Visualize Hmm…what do I see? DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

10 2. Visualize Create a picture in your mindCreate a picture in your mind DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

11 2. Visualize Make use of similes, metaphors, allusionsMake use of similes, metaphors, allusions DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

12 3. Question What questions come to your mind?What questions come to your mind? DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

13 3. Question what you read Why do the characters act as they do?Why do the characters act as they do? DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

14 3. Question what you read Who tells the story?Who tells the story? DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

15 3. Question what you read What causes events to happen?What causes events to happen? DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

16 3. Question what you read When does the action peak or climax?When does the action peak or climax? DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

17 4. Summarize During reading, note the main ideas or events. DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

18 4. Summarize What is the theme of the story?What is the theme of the story? The BIG Picture DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

19 4. Summarize What does the story say to you?What does the story say to you? Resources: Response Journal Strategy: Use sticky notes to respondResponse Journal DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

20 4. Summarize Simplify sophisticated input. DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

21 5. Connect DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

22 5. Connect Text to SelfText to Self Bring your own experiences to the story.Bring your own experiences to the story. Resources: Text to Self WorksheetText to Self Worksheet DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

23 5. Connect Text to TextText to Text Make connections with other literature, movies, etc.Make connections with other literature, movies, etc. Resources: Text to Text WorksheetText to Text Worksheet DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

24 5. Connect Text to Real WorldText to Real World This reminds me of… Resource: Text to Real World WorksheetText to Real World Worksheet DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

25 Fix Up Strategies Identifying the confusing parts Reread the unclear part Look for familiar chunks and sound it out Look for little words and big words in the word Think about whether you’ve seen the word before, where, and in what context. Substitute a word that makes sense in the sentence. Reread the sentences before the unclear part. Ignore the unclear part and read on to see if it gets clearer. Try to connect the unclear part to something you already know. DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

26 As you read silently, think about the 5 Reading Strategies: 1.Predict 2.Visualize 3.Question 4.Summarize 5. Connect DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

27 Activity 1 Read the following passage and complete the table, which compares the two earthquakes. DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

28 At 5:13 on the morning of April 18th, 1906, they city of San Francisco was shaken by a terrible earthquake. A great part of the city was destroyed and a large number of buildings were burnt. The umber of people who lost their homes reached as many as About 700 people died in the earthquake and the fires. Another earthquake shook San Francisco on October 17th, It was America’s second strongest earthquake and about 100 people were killed. It happened in the evening as people were travelling home. A wide and busy road, which was built like a bridge over another road, fell onto the one below. Many people were killed in the cars, but a few lucky ones were not hurt. Luckily the 1989 earthquake did not happen in the centre of town but about 50 kilometres away. In one part of the town a great many buildings were destroyed. These buildings were over 50 years old, so they were not strong enough. There were a lot of fires all over the city. The electricity was cut of for several days too. DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

29 TimeDate Location Number of people killed Damage Earthquake in 1906 Earthquake in 1989 DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

30 “Which earthquake caused more damage and why?” DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

31 v=xtcf_eh3u_4&feature=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch? v=xtcf_eh3u_4&feature=related v=IDQsL800V-Ahttp://www.youtube.com/watch? v=IDQsL800V-A DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

32 Activity 2 Students are arranged in groups of 4. Students read a chapter of text and assume a role, either summarizer, questioner, clarifier, or predictor. DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

33 Cake cutting Game Theory To economists, a game is … Fair Division Problems Is it better to be the cutter or the chooser? DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

34 This is true everywhere in Game Theory – is: INFORMATION MATTERS! DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012

35 End Thank you! DP students Induction Session - ATL: Communication - Reading Strategies by Lee Fun Nee June 2012


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