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Reading Strategies
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Reading Strategies

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  • 1. What do you do when you get stuck on a word?
    The Plan for Reading
  • 2. Look at the Pictures!
    If your book has pictures, look at them for clues.
    Sometimes you can tell what the author is saying.
  • 3. S - t – r – e – t – c – h it out!
    Stretch the word out slowly.
    Put the sounds together to figure out the word.
    Say the word m-o-p, stretched out:
    Mmmmoooopppp
    Now, say it the regular way.
    Mop
  • 4. Get your Lips Ready!
    Say the first few sounds of the word out loud.
    Read to the end of the sentence and say the sounds again.
  • 5. Chunk the Word!
    Look for a “chunk” that you know
    (-ing, -and, -art, -old, -on, etc.).
    Look for a word part
    (be-, -er, he-, ca-, etc.)
    /st/ and /--ing/ spell the word:
    s-t-i-n-g
  • 6. Other words spelled with the
    /--ing/ sound.
    king, ring, sing, wing, bring, cling, spring, string, swing, thing
    Think of other words with that chunk
  • 7. Skip it, Skip it!
    Skip the word.
    Read to the end of the sentence.
    “Hop back” and read it.
  • 8. Try It Again!
    Try to reread the sentence.
    Try a word that makes sense.
  • 9. Ask For Help!
    After you have tried all of these things, ask for help!
  • 10. That’s the Plan!
    Reading is a great quest!
    So, stick to the plan!
    We know you can do it!
    We know you’re the best!

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