Prompting for Strategic Reading<br />Bettie Komar<br />November 2009<br />
Check the picture<br />	Before I read a page, I take a quick glance at the picture to help get ready for the words I may s...
Check the picture<br />	If I get stuck on a word, I take a quick look to see if the picture can help me.<br />
	As soon as I see a word I don’t know, I check the picture and start the sentence over. This helps me think about a word t...
	When I figure out a word, like I just did with “turkey,” I read the whole sentence again to help me remember what the aut...
	If someone helps me with a word, I read the sentence again. It’s good to hear myself say the whole sentence with the new ...
Say the first sound(s) and reread<br />	Another way I help myself when I’m stuck on a word is to say the first sound or tw...
Find chunks I know<br />	Lots of times, new words have chunks I know from other words. Using chunks I know helps me figure...
	Sometimes I see two words I know and put them together, like “in” and “to” make “into.” That’s a quicker way to figure ou...
???????????????????<br />As I read, I ask myself:<br />
Does it sound right?	<br />	Authors choose their words carefully so that we will understand the story or information they ...
Does it look right?<br />The words I say have to match the words I see <br />on the page.  I can’t add words that aren’t t...
Does it look right?<br />	How long _________________<br />	or short ___<br />	a word is <br />	can help me know if I’m say...
Does it look right?<br />	Sometimes words mean the same but do not look the same. How long a word is and how it ends can h...
Does it look right?<br />	Looking closely at the beginning of the word and checking through it left to right can help me k...
Do you remember learning to ride a bike?<br />You had to do many things at once<br />
Balance<br />
Pedal<br />
Steer<br />
Watch where you’re going<br />
Sometimes, you had to start over!<br />
Do we really use strategies <br />one <br />at<br />a<br />time?<br />
Or do we use them<br />together?<br />
Together!!!<br />
Your brain is very busy!!<br />Do I know this word or do I need to figure it out?<br />What do I do now that I’m stuck?<br...
Reading can be a lot of work, BUT<br />The more you read, the better you get at reading. <br />The better you get at readi...
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  • Insert example with Thanksgiving Now and Then
  • Examples: Tom is brave and Just For You
  • Ex: Brave Triceratops
  • Ex: He lives in the white horse next to mine. Ex: Little Cat is hungry
  • Ex: The dog see me. My big brother were ten on Sunday.
  • Ex: 1-1 match Little Pig
  • Ex: Thanksgiving Then and Now
  • Ex: Mom went into the store/shop.
  • Relate to learning automaticity of riding a bike
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    1. 1. Prompting for Strategic Reading<br />Bettie Komar<br />November 2009<br />
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    3. 3. Check the picture<br /> Before I read a page, I take a quick glance at the picture to help get ready for the words I may see. <br />
    4. 4. Check the picture<br /> If I get stuck on a word, I take a quick look to see if the picture can help me.<br />
    5. 5.
    6. 6. As soon as I see a word I don’t know, I check the picture and start the sentence over. This helps me think about a word that would make sense. <br />
    7. 7. When I figure out a word, like I just did with “turkey,” I read the whole sentence again to help me remember what the author is saying.<br />
    8. 8. If someone helps me with a word, I read the sentence again. It’s good to hear myself say the whole sentence with the new word in it. This helps me remember what I’m reading.<br />
    9. 9.
    10. 10. Say the first sound(s) and reread<br /> Another way I help myself when I’m stuck on a word is to say the first sound or two and reread the sentence. Sometimes, this helps the word just pop right out of my mouth.<br />
    11. 11.
    12. 12. Find chunks I know<br /> Lots of times, new words have chunks I know from other words. Using chunks I know helps me figure out new words.<br />
    13. 13. Sometimes I see two words I know and put them together, like “in” and “to” make “into.” That’s a quicker way to figure out a new word than by saying the sounds one at a time.<br />
    14. 14. ???????????????????<br />As I read, I ask myself:<br />
    15. 15.
    16. 16.
    17. 17. Does it sound right? <br /> Authors choose their words carefully so that we will understand the story or information they are sharing. <br />
    18. 18.
    19. 19. Does it look right?<br />The words I say have to match the words I see <br />on the page. I can’t add words that aren’t there. <br />“Yes, I will,” said Little Pig.<br />
    20. 20. Does it look right?<br /> How long _________________<br /> or short ___<br /> a word is <br /> can help me know if I’m saying the right word.<br />
    21. 21. Does it look right?<br /> Sometimes words mean the same but do not look the same. How long a word is and how it ends can help me know if the word I’m saying matches what I say.<br />Mom Mother<br />
    22. 22. Does it look right?<br /> Looking closely at the beginning of the word and checking through it left to right can help me know if I’m saying the right word.<br />Mom went into the shop.<br />
    23. 23. Do you remember learning to ride a bike?<br />You had to do many things at once<br />
    24. 24. Balance<br />
    25. 25. Pedal<br />
    26. 26. Steer<br />
    27. 27. Watch where you’re going<br />
    28. 28. Sometimes, you had to start over!<br />
    29. 29. Do we really use strategies <br />one <br />at<br />a<br />time?<br />
    30. 30. Or do we use them<br />together?<br />
    31. 31. Together!!!<br />
    32. 32. Your brain is very busy!!<br />Do I know this word or do I need to figure it out?<br />What do I do now that I’m stuck?<br />What do I do when it doesn’t make sense?<br />Can I picture what’s happening?<br />Can I stop and tell myself what I’ve read so far?<br />What’s going to happen next?<br />
    33. 33. Reading can be a lot of work, BUT<br />The more you read, the better you get at reading. <br />The better you get at reading, the more fun it is to read!<br />

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