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Outcome and Theme Comprehension Strategies 100 300 100 200 100 300 200 300 400 500 400 500 400 100 300 200 500 400 100 300 200 500 400 100 300 200 500 400 200 Setting Characters Plot Vocabulary
The setting of most of the action of Common Sense: An Anansi Tale.
What is the jungle? $100
Where Anansi traveled to find common sense.
What is the whole world? $200
Where Anansi searched for a place to hide his calabash full of common sense.
What is the jungle? $300
The place Anansi tried to hide his calabash full of common sense.
What is the tallest tree in the jungle? $400
When this story begins.
What is one bright sunny day? $500
The main character in Common Sense: An Anansi Tale
Who is Anansi? $100
The main character is this kind of creature.
What is a spider? $200
The only character in the story not named in the title.
Who is a small boy? $300
The character who can be described as a tricky fellow.
Who is Anansi? $400
The only character in the story who seemed to have common sense.
Who is the small boy? $500
In a story, this is what happens; it has a beginning, middle, and end.
What is the plot? $100
In many plots, this must be solved by the main character.
What is a problem? $200
In Common Sense: An Anansi Tale, its the problem.
What is Anansis desire to own all the common sense in the world? $300
Anansi gathers common sense and puts it in a calabash, for example.
What is an important event? $400
The three sections of a plot.
What are the beginning, middle, and end? $500
Another name for the resolution of the main problem of a story.
What is the outcome? $100
The authors big idea or message (sometimes a moral).
What is the theme of a story? $200
In Common Sense: An Anansi Tale, its the outcome.
What is the failure of Anansis plan, or when the common sense is scattered over the earth? $300
In The Three Little Pigs, its Planning ahead and hard work pay off.
What is the theme? $400
The main message or theme of Common Sense: An Anansi Tale
What is Its foolish to think you can own it all? $500
Text that tells a story. It may be the invention of an author or the retelling of a tale from oral tradition.
What is narrative text? $100
Finding and making meaning from print and oral information.
What is comprehension? $200
This is an approach to text-based instruction that is designed to facilitate building understanding of text ideas.
What is Question the Author? $300
Activating prior knowledge before reading a selection; picture walk, word walk, vocabulary, predictions.
What are pre-reading activities? $400
Text that explains, informs, persuades; factual information.
What is expository text? $500
Its initials are DRTA and it includes Predict, Read with a Purpose, and Prove.
What is Directed Reading and Thinking Activity? $100
Right There, Think and Search, On My Own, and Author & Me
What are the four types of Question-Answer Relationships (QAR)? $200
A graphic representation of the story grammar of a narrative.
What is a story map? $300
Three of the story grammar elements.
What are... title, setting, characters, problem, important events, outcome, or theme? $400
One of the tools that can be used to help students understand story grammar elements.
What is story map (or character weave, or other acceptable responses)? $500
Outcome and Theme Comprehension Strategies
Make Connections while they read
QAR (Question-answer relationships)
Comprehension Cards Print these questions out using different color paper for each section, e.g.: Expository before: red Expository during: blue Expository.
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Informational and Narrative Text Helping with Comprehension By: Gretchen Klahr Gretchen Klahr.
Writing Imaginative Narratives
Main Idea and Details -A sentence identifying the point that the text is about. What is the author specifically saying to the reader? What details are.
Question Answer Relationship QAR
Reading in the Upper Grades
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TAKS Reading Process Analyze the Task Activate Prior Knowledge Plan and Predict Read Use Information.
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Good Readers How to interact with a text. Good Readers Make connections Good readers relate what they read to their own lives by connecting it to prior.
Elements of a Story Making a Story Map Every narrative story has certain elements or parts to it that make it, well, a story. These can include: a plot,
A Language Arts/Technology Integrated Unit We are going to learn about story maps and how useful they can be in reading. We will also learn how to create.
Elements of Plot What’s in a story?.
Q.A.R. Question-Answer Relationships Adapted from works of P. David Pearson & Dale D. Johnson, 1972 and Taffy E. Raphael 1982, 1984, 1986 SDE-Staff Development.
Literacy Test Reading Selections
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