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The 7 Habits of Good Readers
Monitoring for Meaning Wait Im confused… Did I understand what I just read?
Questioning We dont necessarily find the right answer right away.
Determining Importance Is this information important?
Making Inferences The author doesnt say __________, but I know __________ because _______.
Creating Mental Images These words create a picture in my mind.
Activating Schema Making connections –Text-to-Self How the text relates to us –Text-to-Text How the text relates to another text –Text-to-World How the text relates to the world we live in
Synthesizing Juggle all of the habits –Link this information with that information in order to see the whole picture
I read it, but I don’t get it! Mary Wendland M. Ed, Reading.
Reading Comprehension Strategies Jeanne Novak-Egan.
________________________________ (Title of Story) _____________________________ (Author of Story) _______________________ (Names) __________ (Class Period)
Reading Strategies Specific Objectives: Upon completion of these lessons the students will be able to: Identify the specific reading strategies that they.
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.
Begin Reading. Remember this IS a grade! I will pass out materials. Helpers are no longer needed. Everyone take out a sheet of paper and head it: Name.
Making Inferences Created by: Miss White. Inference Take what you know and make a guess! Draw personal meaning from text (words) or pictures. You use.
Question Answer Relationships Or QAR’s. What is QAR’s? It means that you understand what type of questions you are being asked, and where you should look.
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.
Practice Examples. STAAR Short Answer Questions Text Evidence Text evidence is always flawed when it is 1.only a general reference to the text 2.too partial.
FIX-UP STRATEGIES Thinking About How You Read Metacognition: Thinking About How You Think Before you can truly improve your reading skills, you need.
Current Events Assignment. Please do not talk at this timeMay 22 Sign up for a group on the board. This group will look at a series of articles from a.
The Amazing Dr. Seuss “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” -- Dr. Seuss.
The Amazing Dr. Seuss A webquest activity designed by Ms. Sireno for the Second Graders at Johnson Creek Elementary “The more that you read, the more things.
CONFER WITH ME! A Practical Approach to Reading Workshop…Conferences, Strategies and Ideas.
Ms. Burns Readers Workshop Questioning Lessons 1-15.
Comprehension Reading Strategies Using reading strategies helps readers not only engage with and understand texts, but make connections with other texts,
Improvement Plan Priority for Learning Community 7 Improvement Priority Action Plan (Details of the approaches used to consult and involve pupils, parents,
2nd Grade - Unit 1 - Readers Build Good Habits1 2 nd Grade Reading Units of Study Unit 1 Readers Build Good Habits.
Comprehension Secondary Strategies. Never forget, you are working with a teenager. Brain of a Female Adolescent.
WHERE TO NEXT? Using Reading Data. Group Learning Pathways.
Daily Independent Reading Time (DIRT) Mrs. Martin’s Fifth Grade Class.
Inference and Prediction Inferring is the bedrock of comprehension, not only in reading. We infer in many realms. Our life clicks along more smoothly if.
Chapter 5 Making Inferences Applying our thinking process a little bit more deeply.
Generating Ideas IV: Looking at Characters Across Texts Objective: To compare characters across texts based on character traits, family, relationships,
2 nd Grade Reading Units of Study #3 Readers Think About the Characters in their Books 2nd Grade Reading Unit of Study 3 – Readers Think About the Characters.
Objectives 1. Interpret, comprehend, and teach The Anglo- Saxons section of the book using Inspirations. 2. Use the technology available in OneNote to.
CHANDRA REINERS FEBRUARY 2010 Literacy Workshop: The Mini-Lesson Component.
ELTeCS Session – April 14th, 2010 Creative Reading Pete Simms & Sasha Clarke.
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