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Comprehension is Not a Commodity Institute Comprehension is Not a Commodity Institute Presentation Transcript

  • TO UNDERSTAND
  • Comprehension as a Commodity?
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  • Is this what REAL readers do?
  • THIS is what real readers do …
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    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Thinking
    • Listening
    • Viewing
    • Speaking
    • Investigating
    • Collaborating
  • Comprehension is not a Commodity!
  • Getting the BIG IDEA
  • the part of a book, magazine, argument, film, poem, text, etc… that articulates the author’s message or ideas about the underlying topic or theme which may or may not be explicitly stated. BIG IDEA…
    • Purpose
    • Intention
    • Motivation
    • Bias
    • Viewpoint
    • Credibility
    • Reliability
    • Craft
  • Defining Understanding
  • Retell
  • Answer “ Our” Questions!
  • Complete Graphic Organizers
  • Vocabulary “ Exercise”
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    • The author’s purpose for writing is…
    • The tone of this passage is?
    • The writer believes that…
    • Why did the author probably write this passage?
    • Which sentence helps convey the mood of the text?
    • Read the passage, which passage best describes the
    • author’s purpose ?
    • Which writer is most qualified to say . . .
    • The author thinks that . . .
    • The author is believable because…
    • The following assumptions about the author suggest…
    • The author uses sarcasm to….
    • The tone of this poem can best be described as…?
    • Why might the author recommend . . .
    • The purpose of this is to…?
    • What does this paragraph suggest that the author believes …?
    High Expectations for ALL:
  • Topic (theme): Friendship
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  • SHOWING KIDS GREAT! Teaching for Big Ideas
  • Reading is like a puzzle…
  • 1. 2. 3. 4.
  • Lesson Demonstration
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  • 21 st Century Readers