Presentation on theme: "Introduction to Nonfiction. This PowerPoint was created by Linda Sears and Heather Kirk. Some strategies came from Comprehension Toolkit. Thank you to."— Presentation transcript:
1. Make the information stick! 2. Review what you learned. 3. Summarize what you read.
What should I do while I read a nonfiction book?
Monitor Comprehension Follow your inner conversation questions, connections, confusions & new information –Leave tracks of your thinking on Post-Its or index cards –Review your thoughts and label what you are thinking and doing as you read –Talk it over with someoneSHARE –What new questions do you have?
Activate & Connect Follow the text signposts Merge your thinking with new learning Connect the new to the known
Ask questions Question the text Read to discover answers Ask questions to expand thinking
Infer Meaning Infer meaning of unfamiliar words Infer with text clues Tackle the meaning of language Crack open text features Read with a question in mind Wrap your mind around the big ideas
Determine Importance Spotlight new thinking Record important ideas Target key information Determine WHAT to remember Distinguish between YOUR thinking and the authors Construct main ideas from supporting details
Nonfiction Read, think and react Think beyond the text Read to get the gist Reread and rethink Read, write and reflect.
Write down Title: Author: Call Number: AR Test Score:
Third 9 Weeks Pass at least THREE nonfiction AR tests on books in your January ZPD. You may take as many tests as necessary to have 3 grades at 100% by March 6.