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  20. 20. Text-to-Self Connections ChartMy text-to-self Helped me Now I know<connection< understand because<Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  21. 21. Text-to-Text Connections ChartMy text-to-text Helped me Now I know<connection< understand because<Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  22. 22. Text-to-World Connections ChartMy text-to-world Helped me Now I know<connection< understand because<Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  23. 23. B-D-A Connections ChartGood readers make connections to the text as they read. Recordthe connections you make before, during and after reading.Consider how these connections deepened your comprehension ofthe text.Connections I Connections I Connections Imade before made during made afterreading reading readingHelped me Helped me Helped me understand because understand because? understand because?Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
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  38. 38. QARIf we want to fully comprehend what we are reading, we must answer the questionsthat come to mind. Sometimes the answers are in the text-they are “right there.” Othertimes, we must “think and search” and put together different parts of one or more textsto find the answer. Some answers will be in your head-you’ll make a connection andfind the answer “on your own.” Sometimes you and the author will have the answer.This happens when you combine your viewpoints with that of the author.Use the chart below to record the types of questions you asked and answered about thetext. 3 4 3 B 4 3 " 4 3 B & 4Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  39. 39. Q-A 3-Column Chart Question Answer Helps me understand the text better because…Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  40. 40. Question-Answer T-Chart My Questions Answers From the TextCreated by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  41. 41. Questioning ChartTitle_______________________________ Author____________________________As I read, I’m questioning. My question is ______________________________________________________________________________________________________How I find the answer: Text Clues and Information My SchemaUsing this information, I can infer that ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________I know this because ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________****************************************************************************************************Title_______________________________ Author____________________________As I read, I’m questioning. My question is _______________________________________________________________________________________________________How I find the answer: Text Clues and Information My SchemaUsing this information, I can infer that _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________I know this because ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  42. 42. Types of Questions T Chart3< 7 4 ) ( 3< 7 4 ( ( 8 ( ( )) 7 ( # ( )! # < A < ACreated by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  43. 43. QASYou ask yourself different kinds of questions as you read. You will need to use differentstrategies to answer the questions, depending upon the type of question being asked.Complete the chart below to show your questions, answers and the strategies you usedto find the answers. Questions Answers Strategies Used to Answer QuestionsCreated by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  44. 44. SQ3RThe SQ3R chart will help you use a variety of good reader strategies. You must firstsurvey the text, noticing and recording any important information. This includes titles,subtitles, key words and information from pictures or illustrations. Next, you will askquestions about the topic and record them on the chart. Then, you’ll read. As you read,write the answers to any questions you’ve asked. When you’re done, recite key ideasand facts from the text. This will help you remember what you read. Finally, you willreview the text and write a summary of it. AC - ( ========================================================== ) =========================================================== =========================================================== -4 !> ""Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  45. 45. I Wonder Thinkmarks ?==================== ?================================================ ======================================================== ======================================================== ============================ 8 ( ? ================ 8 ( ? ============================================ ======================================================== ======================================================== ============================D 7 ============== D 7 =========================================== ========================================================== ========================================================== ========================================================== ========================================================== ============================= + ? ================================ + ? ================================ 5 2& ?============================== 5 2& ?============================== ) ? =============================== ) ? ===============================???????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????) 0 ?================================= ) 0 ?================================= Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  46. 46. Creating Sensory ImagesSensory images bring reading to life. Strong sensory images draw the reader into thetext, so much so that he becomes part of it. Our visualizations make the reading ourown-it personalizes it, and through these images we forge attachments to characters,places, and events. Our sensory images can help us remember and recall what we readwith ease.When we create sensory images as we read, we personalize the text and feel aconnection to it. Visualizations and other sensory images create a sense of ownershipin the reader.We use sensory images to do the following: • Visualizations fill in missing information. • Using schema and text clues we create sensory images (this is a form of inference, only with images rather than words). • Visualizing in nonfiction to deepen understanding: visualizing size, shape, space, or time. • Visualizing in nonfiction text to develop understanding of people, places, and activities, as well as to compare the known to the unknown. • Sensory images also include: smells, sounds, tastes, and touchesThe sensory images we create stem from our own personal experiences. We usesensory images to deepen understanding before, during and after reading.Visualizations and other sensory images bring out the pleasure of reading. Whenvisualizing, we create “mind movies” and can see the action, the characters, the setting.This type of personal involvement draws us in as readers.The following organizers are designed to help students create visualizations and othersensory images as they read.Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  47. 47. Visualizing Three-Column Chart + " < . - , <Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  48. 48. In My Mind’s Eye This visualization helped me understand_____________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  49. 49. “Step Into the Story” Five Senses Chart ( )) 9 ) - %How did “stepping into the story” help you understand what you read?Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  50. 50. The Movie in my MindDraw what you “see” happening in the book/story. Record your visualizations in order.Did the “movie in your mind” help you fill in any information missing in the book? How?Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  51. 51. Makes Me See… Text Clue: Makes Me Visualize:My visualizations help me understand the story because ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  52. 52. Senses All AroundAs you write, complete the chart. I see… I touch… I hear… I taste… I smell…Sensing these helps me understand the story because..Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  53. 53. “I Sense” Organizer I see… I taste… I hear… Title: _________ I smell… I touch…My sensory images helped me understand the story because…________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  54. 54. A Captured ImageProficient readers create visualizations as they read. This enables them to rememberinformation, fill in “missing” pieces, create inferences and develop understanding. Asyou read, note the most vivid visualization you create. Sketch it in the frame below.Write about it.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  55. 55. Between the ScenesGood readers create “mind pictures” or images that go beyond the text and fill inmissing information. In the boxes below, sketch to fill in the missing information from thetext you read today. What do your visualizations help you understand more deeply? _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  56. 56. Nonfiction Comparisons-Visualizing to Clarify InformationNonfictions writers often use comparisons to illustrate information and make it easy forthe reader to understand. Comparing size, shape and purpose allows the reader toconnect the known to the unknown.As you read, note any comparisons made by the author. Draw a picture to show whatthe author was comparing and write how it helped you understand the text. Explain how thisA __________ is like a ______________. comparison helped you understand the text.Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved
  57. 57. Sensory Images Thinkmark ! ) ? ! ) ?============================ ======================================================== ======================================================== ============================ ( ) ( ) ? ?============================ ======================================================== ======================================================== ============================ ) ( + ) ( + ? ===================== ? ================================================== ========================================================== ========================================================== ========================================================== ============================= + ? ================================ + ? ================================ 5 2& ?============================== 5 2& ?============================== ) ? =============================== ) ? ===============================) 0 ?================================= ) 0 ?================================= Created by Tracey Harding-Stricker copyright 2008 all rights reserved

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