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How to read study guide How to read study guide Presentation Transcript

  • How toRead
  • Excellent Readers...
  • Excellent Readers... have a purpose for reading.
  • Excellent Readers... have a purpose for reading. stop and think.
  • Excellent Readers... have a purpose for reading. stop and think. try to figure out tricky words.
  • Excellent Readers... have a purpose for reading. stop and think. try to figure out tricky words. monitor their comprehension.
  • Excellent Readers... have a purpose for reading. stop and think. try to figure out tricky words. monitor their comprehension. use “fix-it” strategies.
  • Excellent Readers... have a purpose for reading. stop and think. try to figure out tricky words. monitor their comprehension. use “fix-it” strategies. make inferences.
  • Excellent Readers... have a purpose for reading. stop and think. try to figure out tricky words. monitor their comprehension. use “fix-it” strategies. make inferences. visualize scenes.
  • Reading with a Purpose When we know _____ we read, we’ll know______ to read.
  • Reading with a Purpose WHY we read. When we know _____ we read, we’ll know______ to read.
  • Reading with a Purpose WHY we read. WHY When we know _____ we read, we’ll know______ to read.
  • Reading with a Purpose WHY we read. WHY When we know _____ we read, HOW we’ll know______ to read.
  • 2 Purposes for Reading
  • 2 Purposes for Reading Literary Experience
  • 2 Purposes for Reading Literary Experience AcquireInformation
  • Stop and Thinkabout what they have read.
  • Stop and Think about what they have read. ActivatePrior Knowledge
  • Stop and Think about what they have read. ActivatePrior KnowledgeAsk Questions
  • Activate Prior Knowledge
  • Activate Prior Knowledge Make Connections
  • Activate Prior Knowledge Make ConnectionsPK
  • Activate Prior Knowledge Make ConnectionsPK Text to Self
  • Activate Prior Knowledge Make ConnectionsPK Text to Self Text to World
  • Activate Prior Knowledge Make ConnectionsPK Text to Self Text to World Text to Text
  • Activate Prior Knowledge Make ConnectionsPK Text to Self Text to World Text to Text
  • Activate Prior Knowledge Make ConnectionsPK Text to Self Text to World Text to Text
  • Activate Prior Knowledge Make ConnectionsPK Text to Self Text to World Text to Text
  • Ask Questions
  • Ask Questions ?
  • Ask QuestionsClarifying ?
  • Ask QuestionsClarifying ?Try to Answer
  • Ask QuestionsClarifying ?Try to Answer ~ using the text
  • Ask QuestionsClarifying ?Try to Answer ~ using the text~ using another source
  • Ask QuestionsClarifying ?Try to Answer ~ using the text~ using another source ~ using your head
  • Ask QuestionsClarifying ?Try to Answer ~ using the text~ using another source ~ using your head
  • Ask QuestionsClarifying ? Try to Answer ~ using the text~ using another source ~ using your headPonderable
  • Ask QuestionsClarifying ? Try to Answer ~ using the text~ using another source ~ using your headPonderable “I Wonder”
  • Ask Questions Clarifying ? Try to Answer ~ using the text ~ using another source ~ using your head Ponderable “I Wonder”Many times can not be answered.
  • Try to figure out Tricky Words What should I do??
  • Try to figure out Tricky Words What should I W do?? T
  • Try to figure out Tricky Words What should I W do?? T Ask.
  • Try to figure out Tricky Words What should I W do?? T Ask. Look it up.
  • Try to figure out Tricky Words What should I W do?? T Ask. Look it up.Use context clues wisely.
  • An Excellent Tricky Word Definition... is . is to the reader. Matches in . Matches in .
  • An Excellent Tricky Word Definition... is complete . is to the reader. Matches in . Matches in .
  • An Excellent Tricky Word Definition... is complete . is clear to the reader. Matches in . Matches in .
  • An Excellent Tricky Word Definition... is complete . is clear to the reader. Matches in meaning . Matches in .
  • An Excellent Tricky Word Definition... is complete . is clear to the reader. Matches in meaning . Matches in tense .
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK THINKING
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK THINKING
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK THINKINGMETACOGNITION
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK THINKINGMETACOGNITION Do I understand what I just read?
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK THINKINGMETACOGNITION Do I understand what I just read? What’s going on in my brain?
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK THINKINGMETACOGNITION Do I understand what I just read? What’s going on in my brain? What should I do if I’m confused?
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK THINKINGMETACOGNITION Do I understand what I just read? What’s going on in my brain? What should I do if I’m confused?
  • Monitor their Comprehension _______ about their ___________ THINK THINKINGMETACOGNITION1) makes you aware Do I understand what I just of your confusion read? 2) when you are aware, you can What’s going on in my brain? choose a “fix-it” strategy to get What should I do if I’m unstuck. confused?
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 1 Turn Your Brain
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 1 Turn Your Brain ON
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 1 Turn Your Brain You must WORK to ON interact with the text. - making connections - asking questions - making inferences
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 1 Turn Your Brain You must WORK to ON interact with the text. - making connections - asking questions - making inferences
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 1 Turn Your Brain You must WORK to ON explain this--> interact with the text. - making connections - asking questions - making inferences
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 1 Turn Your Brain You must WORK to ON explain this--> interact with the give an example text. - making connections of one (or more) of these-> - asking questions - making inferences
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 2
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 2 Reread
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 2 Reread -May have to read it more than twice. - Take a break-try and read it later. - You’ll notice something new each time.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 2 Reread -May have to read it more than twice. - Take a break-try and read it later. - You’ll notice something new each time. 2 out of the 3 things.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 2 Reread -May have to read it more than twice. - Take a break-try and read it later. - You’ll notice something new each time. 2 out of the 3 things.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 3 Adjust Reading
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 3 Adjust Reading Rate
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 3 Adjust Readingpieces - With particularly tricky of text-- Rate SLOW DOWN - If you’re comfortable with the text-- SPEED UP
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 3 Adjust Readingpieces - With particularly tricky of text-- Rate SLOW DOWN - If you’re comfortable with the text-- SPEED UP Explain both.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 3 Adjust Readingpieces - With particularly tricky of text-- Rate SLOW DOWN - If you’re comfortable with the text-- SPEED UP Explain both.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 4 Clarifying Questions
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 4 Answer Clarifying Questions
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 4 Answer Clarifying Questions - Ask someone for help. - Use the Internet to increase your prior knowledge. - Find meanings for tricky words.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 4 Answer Clarifying Questions - Ask someone for help. - Use the Internet to increase your prior knowledge. - Find ASK1) You can’t just meanings for tricky words. them.2) Give one example. (real life or one on this list)
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 4 Answer Clarifying Questions - Ask someone for help. - Use the Internet to increase your prior knowledge. - Find ASK1) You can’t just meanings for tricky words. them.2) Give one example. (real life or one on this list)
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 5 Look at the
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 5 Look at the Whole Picture
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 5 Look at the Whole - Read ahead to see if yourPicture is cleared up. confusion - Look back to make sure you didn’t miss something.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 5 Look at the Whole - Read ahead to see if yourPicture is cleared up. confusion - Look back to make sure you didn’t miss something.Both ideas need tobe explained in your own words.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 5 Look at the Whole - Read ahead to see if yourPicture is cleared up. confusion - Look back to make sure you didn’t miss something.Both ideas need tobe explained in your own words.
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 6 Be Aware ofHow do these things give meaning to the text?
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 6 Be Aware of Print ConventionsHow do these things give meaning to the text?
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 6 Be Aware of Print Conventions - punctuation - capitalization - italicized words - bolded words - large textHow do these things give meaning to the text?
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 6 Be Aware of Print Conventions - punctuation List at least two examples. - capitalization - italicized words - bolded words - large textHow do these things give meaning to the text?
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 6 Be Aware of Print Conventions - punctuation List at least two examples. - capitalization - italicized words Explain this: - bolded words - large textHow do these things give meaning to the text?
  • Use FIX-IT Strategies 6 Be Aware of Print Conventions - punctuation List at least two examples. - capitalization - italicized words Explain this: - bolded words - large textHow do these things give meaning to the text?
  • Make Inferences___________ conclusion based on ________ from the text.
  • Make Inferences Logical___________ conclusion based on ________ from the text.
  • Make Inferences Logical clues___________ conclusion based on ________ from the text.
  • Make Inferences Logical clues___________ conclusion based on ________ from the text. I
  • Make Inferences Logical clues___________ conclusion based on ________ from the text. Predicti I on ~about an outcome~
  • Make Inferences Logical clues___________ conclusion based on ________ from the text. Predicti I on Assump ~about an outcome~ tion ~about a situation~
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  • Clues from the Text +
  • Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • InferenceClues from the Text + Prior Knowledge
  • InferenceClues from the Text + Prior Knowledge Inference
  • Inference Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge InferenceWAY too far outside of the box...
  • Random Guesses Inference Clues from the Text + Prior Knowledge InferenceWAY too far outside of the box...
  • Visualize Scenes
  • Visualize ScenesV
  • Visualize Scenes Turn on the camera in your brain.V
  • Visualize Scenes Turn on the camera in your brain. Picture descriptive languageV in your head.
  • Visualize Scenes Turn on the camera in your brain. Picture descriptive languageV in your head.
  • Visualize Scenes Turn on the camera in your brain. Picture descriptive language V in your head. 1) helps youunderstand while you are reading 2) helps you remember better later