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1 SELECTING RELEVANT INFORMATION What do you expect to find in the text after reading headings / titles? What information directly answers your questions? What information does not answer your questions but is still interesting?

2 Information from Icebergs and Glaciers by Seymour Simon My thoughts about what is relevant to my question Question: What causes glaciers to move? I’m looking for information about the causes of movement of glaciers. The thicker the glacier, the faster it moves. That’s because the greater weight of the glacier causes the crystals of ice to creep more rapidly. Also, a steep glacier will flow more quickly than one on level land. Temperature is a third factor that affects the speed of a glacier. The warmer the glacier, the faster the ice moves, because there is a greater amount of meltwater beneath the ice. In fact, scientists sometimes group glaciers together depending upon whether they are cold or warm. But even “warm” glaciers are still freezing Information from Icebergs and Glaciers by Seymour Simon My thoughts about what is relevant to my question Question: What causes glaciers to move? I’m looking for information about the causes of movement of glaciers. The thicker the glacier, the faster it moves. That’s because the greater weight of the glacier causes the crystals of ice to creep more rapidly. Also, a steep glacier will flow more quickly than one on level land. The parts I’ve highlighted explain that the thickness of the glacier, the slope of the land the glacier is on, and the temperature of the glacier cause its movement Temperature is a third factor that affects the speed of a glacier. The warmer the glacier, the faster the ice moves, because there is a greater amount of meltwater beneath the ice. In fact, scientists sometimes group glaciers together depending upon whether they are cold or warm. But even “warm” glaciers are still freezing The highlighted parts opposite explain how temperature regulates the speed of a glacier. The unhighlighted parts provide additional information about warm and cold glaciers, but it doesn’t explain what causes glaciers to move.

3 USE OF SENTENCE STEMS… Using sentence stems guides students as they access information I learned that…The most significant event was…

4 NotesThoughts July 1938 – Canada refuses to Attend Evian Conference to Consider helping Jews fleeing From Europe Why would Canada refuse to attend The conference? Why wouldn’t all Countries be concerned?

5 INPUT OUTPUT Teacher-directed Objective Notes, etc. Student-directed Subjective Illustrations Diagrams Reflections Poetry Advertisements CD/DVD Cover Eulogies Etc.

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11 Divide page into 2 columns Left column 2” (Cue Column) Right Column 6” (Notes Column) Bottom 2” (Summary) Title:______________________

12 1.RECORD In the notes section, record meaningful facts and ideas April 30, 1939 – Jews lose rights as tenants and relocated to Jewish houses February 12, 1940 – Deportation of German Jews to Poland October 23, 1941 – Jews forbidden to emigrate from Germany December 8, 1941 – Chelmo Extermination camp opens in Poland; use of mobile killing vans 2. REDUCE Summarize ideas and facts Jews lose rights Sent to Poland Extermin- ation camps open 3. QUESTION Formulate Questions Why didn’t they fight back? Title:______________________

13 April 30, 1939 – Jews lose rights as tenants and relocated to Jewish houses February 12, 1940 – Deportation of German Jews to Poland October 23, 1941 – Jews forbidden to emigrate from Germany December 8, 1941 – Chelmo Extermination camp opens in Poland; use of mobile killing vans Jews lose rights Sent to Poland Extermin- ation camps open Why didn’t they fight back? Title:______________________ 1.RECITE Covering your notes, use cue words and questions, recite information in your own words

14 April 30, 1939 – Jews lose rights as tenants and relocated to Jewish houses February 12, 1940 – Deportation of German Jews to Poland October 23, 1941 – Jews forbidden to emigrate from Germany December 8, 1941 – Chelmo Extermination camp opens in Poland; use of mobile killing vans Jews lose rights Sent to Poland Extermin- ation camps open Why didn’t they fight back? Title:______________________ 4. RECITE Covering your notes, use cue words and questions, recite information in your own words 5. REFLECT Why is this significant? Write a summary in the “Summary” section The Nazis followed a thought-out, planned process on how to solve the “Jewish Problem” 6. REVIEW Review at least ten minutes a week


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