Presentation on theme: "PASIT Keeping the School on the Same Page. PASIT Preview the Text Access Prior Knowledge Set the Purpose Interact with the Text Take Notes."— Presentation transcript:
PASIT Keeping the School on the Same Page
PASIT Preview the Text Access Prior Knowledge Set the Purpose Interact with the Text Take Notes
Preview the Text Examine headings and sub-headings Examine bulleted lists Examine pictures, captions, charts, graphs, and illustrations Analyze the genre and text structure
Preview Critical Vocabulary Focus on understanding Examine vocabulary conceptually Use the words daily Post words around the room
Access Prior Knowledge Identify the topic Think about what you already know about the topic Write or discuss what you know about the topic
Set the Purpose Understand the assignment Analyze text structure Learn to read differently for different purposes Reader’s purpose/author’s purpose
Reader’s Purpose Learn new information Learn how to do something Pass a test Gain information about life and people Others?
Author’s Purpose (Must be Inferred) Inform Explain Teach Entertain Tell a story Amuse Share ideas Convince/persuade Create something beautiful Express Remember Compare/contrast Show causation Critique/evaluate Review Explicate Show results/effects Describe Classify Criticize Mock Expose a wrong (deprecate) Extol a right (praise) Inquire Negotiate Recommend Shock Enrich Challenge
Interact with the Text What is reading but silent conversation? Walter Savage Landor
Text Interaction Helps Students Stay attentive (actively think as you read) Use text structure Pick out the main idea Critically interact with text Remember key concepts
“We learned how to organize our books.” Philip
“I learned how to learn from the text better.” Regina
General Uses Main ideas Supporting detail Text annotation: * ! Margin notes Commentary Summary statements
Other Uses Points of comparison and contrast Causes and effects Points of sequence Text previews Signal words Post-it quizzes
Take Notes Main Ideas/Questions Details Summary: Write what questions you have about the text.
PASIT – Guided Practice Read “Teens Part With Privacy With A Quick Click”. Before Reading: # your paragraphs While reading: circle words like privacy and technology box new or unfamiliar words underline author’s main claims Exit Ticket: Write what each letter of PASIT stands for. (5 pt Assessment grade)
Claim An arguable statement made by an author that is then supported throughout the article.
PASIT – Independent Practice Read “Texting Changes Life for Teens, Families”. Before Reading: # your paragraphs While reading: circle words that are repeated frequently box new or unfamiliar words/vocabulary underline claims that are pro texting put a squiggly line under claims that are cons or against texting Think Pair Share: Share the marks you made on your paper with your elbow partner What is the author’s purpose? Write what the purpose is, and explain how you know. Cite at least one example.