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Contents Index Glossary Text Pictures nonfiction books Photographs Diagrams Maps Cutaways Close-Ups Comparisons Types of print Paragraphs
Types of print Help the reader by signaling, “Look at me! I’m important!” A part of printed text dealing with a particular idea Paragraphs
3 types of print
4 types of print
Labels Captions Help the reader identify a picture or photograph and/or its parts. Help the reader better understand a picture or photograph.
Photographs Help the reader understand exactly what something looks like.
Maps Help the reader understand where things are in the world.
Cutaways Help the reader understand something by looking at it from the inside.
Close-Ups Help the reader see details in something small.
Diagrams Diagrams are drawings, sketches, plans, or charts that make something clearer or easier to understand.
Diagrams on this book page help us to learn about waves.
A food web diagram shows who eats who.
Show us relationships between quantities. Graphs
Comparisons Help the reader understand the size of one thing by comparing it to the size of something familiar.
Readers Get Information and Grow Ideas from Nonfiction Texts Readers Get Information and Grow Ideas from Nonfiction Texts Teaching Point Charts by Barbara.
Text Features Text Features Help Students Understand Nonfiction Text Examples of Text Features With Definitions Explanations for How Text Features Help.
Grade 2 Unit 5 Readers Get Information and Grow Ideas from Nonfiction Texts Pinellas County Plans Unit 5 - Grade 2 - Nonfiction 2010.
The Craft of Revision Inside of a Personal Narrative 1Writing Unit 3 - The Craft of Revision Inside of a Personal Narrative.
Lets Learn Understand the Problem: What do schools, books, and museums have in common? They all help you learn. Learning helps you find out about the world.
Lets Learn Understand the Problem: What makes a strong team? Find out about a team that worked together to accomplish something important. Write about.
Reading Comprehension Strategies Jeanne Novak-Egan.
Success at School Information from THE KEY produced by Castle Rock Research.
Write It Down Super smart information strategies Don’t just think about it-put your pencil to the paper and take some notes! Made after the Book By: Julie.
Keeping Track of What You Read as You Study Highlighting, Outlining, Mapping and Summarizing.
By “stealing” information from textbooks!. Purpose: ◦ recognize how similar, yet different textbooks can be ◦ develop a textbook tour you can work through.
English and Communication: Making Comparisons. Making comparisons When we watch a film we always compare it with something we have seen, watched, heard.
Book Report 1: Make a Mini-Book like your real book! Name________________________________________________________ Date Due: ____________________________.
It is very important to understand that all images are created by people. All media images are representations of reality that can shape peoples ideas.
Do you ever wonder how children live on the other side of the world? Where they live? The food they eat? The games they play?
Using graphical data Dr Michelle Reid Study Adviser, University of Reading.
Tool for Reading Comprehension: Graphic Organizers OMHS – March 3, 2008.
Primary School Science Every one must … Some of us should … Some of use could …
WHERE TO NEXT? Using Reading Data. Group Learning Pathways.
Project Wisdom Sharing your goal or idea with others.
Creating your Time Capsule! How will the world remember you??? By Calista Bacalis.
Welcome to your computer class! This class helps you: know more English words and grammar, listen and speak better and have more success with a computer,
Index it! You are learning how to condense information and to represent it visually in order to have a deeper understanding of the work and to have learnt.
Game Play Open 2 nd Slide, let the sound play. Click to 3 rd Slide, let the sound play. Click to 4 th Slide and show students the Game Board As you play.
Comprehension Reading Strategies Using reading strategies helps readers not only engage with and understand texts, but make connections with other texts,
Reciprocal Reading. You will learn: What the 4 roles in Reciprocal Reading are. About the 4 strategies covered in Reciprocal Reading. How to become a.
Nonfiction readers remember strategies that have worked for us before. We ready our minds to read by noticing the text structure and before reading… we.
TODAY WE WILL…. Summarize a paragraph Identify the main idea and supporting details in a paragraph Use academic language: summarize, main idea, details.
Learning HTML. > Title of page This is my first homepage. Tells Browser This is an HTML page Basic Tags Tells Browser End of HTML page Header information.
Relate text to background knowledge to enhance comprehension and retain key ideas.
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