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You will need a red readers handbook from the bookshelf by your desk! To practice using the book, you need to write down the answers to these 5 questions.

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1 You will need a red readers handbook from the bookshelf by your desk! To practice using the book, you need to write down the answers to these 5 questions. – What are the first and last entries in the “skills index”? – Under which tab in the handbook would you find the short story lesson? – Where would you look for the definition of “personification?” – Where would you look when you are about to take a social studies test? – Where would you look to find out what the words on the top of a dictionary page are called? Do you have your folder for this class? We need them please

2 You Need a Red Readers Handbook Please write down the answers on a piece of paper, this can be the same paper from Friday. You have about 15 mins to complete this. If you finish early read your own book or wait patiently Please read pages What are the 3 things that reading can provide for you? What are the 6 reasons that you might read? What does it mean to visualize while you read?

3 Ad Announcements Bubble Names Grade Check

4 You Need a Red Readers Handbook Please read pages Use this reading to complete the “Before” reading notes. Please only fill out the “Before” section today.

5 You Need a Red Readers Handbook Please read pages 34 and ½ 35 Use this reading to complete the “During” reading notes. Please only fill out the “During” section today. If you finish early you may read

6 You Need a Red Readers Handbook Please read pages ½ Use this reading to complete the “After” reading notes. Please only fill out the “After” section today. Make sure you read the “Summing Up” page on 37. If you finish early please read quietly.

7 The Reading Process--Notes Before A. P —Why are you reading? *__________________ *Information/Research *__________________ B. P —Look at the material *Length (# of pages) *__________________ *Vocabulary *__________________ *Title *Pictures *__________________ C. P —What strategy are you going to use record your information *Note Taking *__________________ *Summarizing *Pg. 641________________ During D. Read with a _______________— Understand why you are reading *Think about your __________ * Look for the _____________ that you need. *_______________ about what you are reading. E. _______________—Relate the information to something you already know about. *Book to book *Book to world *Book to personal experience Ask questions to help you connect to your text. *_______________________ ___________________________? *_______________________ ___________________________? After F. Re______—Did I learn what I needed to learn? *Ask yourself questions *What did I _______? *Do I understand? *Did I meet my _____________? G. Re-______—Focus on what you want to learn, find it. *Answer the question, “ Did I find what I ________________” H. Remember—Find creative ways to remember the information *Song *Notes *Slogan *Game *___________________ *Acronyms *___________________ *___________________ *Conversations with peers

8 The Reading Process Before A. Purpose—Why are you reading? *Homework *Information/Research *fun B. Preview—Look at the material *Length (# of pages) *Difficulty *Vocabulary *Organization *Title *Pictures *Content C. Plan—What strategy are you going to use record your information *Graphic Organizer *Note Taking *Summarizing *Pg. 641 During D. Read with a purpose— Understand why you are reading *Think about your purpose * Look for the information that you need. *Think about what you are reading. E. Connect—Relate the information to something you already know about. *Book to book *Book to world *Book to personal experience Ask questions to help you connect to your text. After F. Reflect—Did I learn what I needed to learn? *Ask yourself questions *What did I learn? *Do I understand? *Did I meet my purpose? G. Re-Read—Focus on what you want to learn, find it. H. Remember—Find creative ways to remember the information *Song *Notes *Slogan *Game *Drawings *Acronyms *Graphic Organizers *Summarize *Conversations

9 Do you know? The different stages of the reading process? Do you know the different previewing strategies? The different planning techniques? The different ways to remember something? Or what the various purposes for reading are? Can you explain the different connections that you can make with a book? Do you know when you need to re-read?

10 Reading Process Quiz We will study independently for the first 10 minutes…. We will review with our group for 5 minutes… We will then take our quiz… When done work on bubble names


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