Presentation on theme: "Finding Good-Fit Books…"— Presentation transcript:
1 Finding Good-Fit Books… The Daily 5Think-Pair-ShareHow do you know a book is the right book for you?How do you know the book isn’t too difficult for you?One of the most important things to do to become a better reader is to read “good-fit” books.You should look for a “good-fit” book in five ways using the acronym, “I PICK”.
2 I PICK Finding a book that is a great fit I answers the question…“What book should I choose?”Finding a book that is a great fitfor you will give you the best opportunity for success!
3 wanting to read the book?” I PICKBecause of Winn DixieSharksP answers the question…“What is my purpose forwanting to read the book?”You should have a purpose when choosing a good-fit book. Is the purpose for research?Or, are you simply reading for some fun?Civil WarRuby Holler
4 I interested in reading?” I PICKI answers the question…“What sort of book amI interested in reading?”Do you want a book like the one you just finished? Do you want a mystery? Or are you more interested in learning about sports? Whatever the book, makesure it is of interest to you.
5 C answers the question… I PICKC answers the question…“Do I comprehend thebook that I chose?”Whatever book you choose, make sure that you can comprehend it. If you find yourself asking a lot of questions and things are sort of confusing, then maybe the book isn’t a good-fit book.
6 K answers the question… I PICKK answers the question…“Do I know the words?”Whatever book you choose, make sure that you can understand the words. You should know most of the words that you read. If you don’t, then the book is not a good-fit book.
7 Setting up “Book Boxes”… The Daily 5Now that you’ve decided on a few “good-fit” books, you should put these books in a place where you can easily access them.Your teacher will show you where to put your books…
8 Think-Pair-Share Challenge I PICK at Work…The Daily 5Think-Pair-Share ChallengeNow, I’ll give you a short quiz… with a partner, discuss what the acronym “I PICK” stands for. Can you get all of the letters correct? I bet you can’t!!!!“I PICK” ChallengeNow, let’s try out the “I PICK” strategy for yourself in your classroom or the library.
9 Setting up “Book Boxes”… The Daily 5Now that you’ve decided on a few “good-fit” books, you should put these books in a place where you can easily access them.Your teacher will show you where to put your books…
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